Toe-Up or Cuff Down Socks? 2 new videotutorials to knit your own colourwork socks using the magic loop method

There is nothing more comfortable on cold winter days than a warm pair of socks! Even better if they have a cool pattern in your favourite colours. The sock knitting trend is here to stay and with our new sock yarn Katia United Socks you can make your own colourwork socks. Furthermore, we have prepared two new video tutorials for you in which we show you how to knit socks with our free patterns. It doesn’t matter if you prefer knitting toe-up or the classic top-down sock. Or whether you’re in love with jacquard pattern, stripes or mosaic patterns. Learn the magic loop method and knit your own colour work socks with Katia United Socks! So grab your circular knitting needles, choose your favourite colours and cast on a pair of cosy, trendy socks. Or two…

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Katia United Socks

Join the fashion trend for knitting socks! You can combine 24 solid colours using United Socks. Thanks to the 25g format of the balls of yarn, you can knit quality and comfortable socks with beautiful jacquard patterns, unique stripes and all kinds of different colour combinations. Design your own model or follow the instructions to knit your trendy socks. Hey Socks Lovers! Which colours are you going to use?

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Learn to Knit Magic Loop Socks

We have prepared two new videotutorials, so you can learn how to knit colourwork socks. They show you how to use the magic loop method to make socks in the round with our free patterns: a colourful model with a stranded jacquard pattern and bicoloured toe-up socks with a mosaic pattern. Furthermore, with the two step-by-step videos we show you two different ways to knit the heel.

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Cuff Down Socks in jacquard pattern

In the following videotutorial we show you how to knit socks in jacquard pattern. They are worked from the cuff downwards with stranded colourwork on the leg part, then a variant of the classic heel. You then continue with the foot and the toe. Finally, you will learn how to close the toe by grafting to achieve an invisible seam.

English subtitles available! Please, tap Captions to activate this tool, then click Settings > Subtitles > English.

Toe-Up Socks with mosaic pattern

In this other videotutorial we show you how to knit toe-up socks, i.e. from the toe to the cuff. Starting at the toe with the magic loop technique you will then continue with the striped foot. The heel is worked with short rows. Then you go on knitting the highlight of these colourwork socks: the mosaic pattern of the leg. This simple, bicoloured pattern is achieved with slipped stitches, so you need to work with only one colour per round. Super easy and perfect for sock newbies!

English subtitles available! Please, tap Captions to activate this tool, then click Settings > Subtitles > English.