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Is there a way to knit soxs with two needles vs. using several dp needles?
I would appreciate an input.
I call my self a begginer/advance knitter, however, when in comes to use more than two needles, I am totally lost.

Thank you for you help.

Happy New Year to all craft enthusiasts!
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Chrissy said:
deemail said:
yes, go to youtube and search for 'knitting on two circular needles'
it is an easy way to use 2 needles and still make an unseamed tube.
I just watched that, looks a lot easier than dpns.
i know lots of people who love this technique...i'm a dyed-in-the-wool dpn user, but we have lots of choices...we should just try and see if they work for us.... have fun....
 

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DMR, check out the magic loop method. I am trying two at a time socks now using this method. Youtube has some very good videos. I have used multiple needles before, but kept loosing stitches, and found this method. It is very easy.
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doris m russo said:
Dear [email protected]:
I really appreciate your help in offering to send me the pattern for 2 needle soxs.
Ia am at
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Have a Healthy New Year
Thank you
remember, the two regular needles will produce a sock with a seam...that's why we were sending you to the two circs...their sock is still knit in the round, but on 2 circs...
 
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