|The First Socks|
|The First Socks -- Easy to knit, Comfortable to Put on.|
On 19(23)th row, knit 6(7) stitches and cut off the yarn remaining 6-8 inches(15-20cm). Fold the fabric in half and hold the needles with one hand as shown.
|1||Put the needle into the stitch below.|
|2||Put the needle into the edge stitch on the far side needle knitwise and remove the stitch from the knitting needle.|
|3||Put the needle into the edge stitch on the near side knitting needle purlwise and remove it from the knitting needle.|
|4||Put the tapestry needle into the stitch which was dropped at step 2. At the same time, put it into the stitch on the edge of far side knitting needle knitwise, drop the stitch from the knitting needle. It can be hard to find the stitch out of the knitting needle. You can find it by following the stitch on the knitting needle as shown the green arrow. The stitch you must put the tapestry needle into is two stitches over from it.|
|5||Put the tapestry needle into the stitch which was dropped at step 3, and put it into the edge stitch on the near side knitting needle. You can find the stitch out of the knitting needle as the same way of step3. If the working yarn was pulled too strong, it makes the stitches gather altogether. Ravel the stitches at the top of the tapestry needle and you'll find the stitch.|
Repeat step 4 to 5. The picture blow shows the principle of Kitchener Stitch.
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