Use A Knit-In-Place Patch To Repair A Knitted Sock

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A Great Tutorial Which Will Make Your Hand-Knitted Socks Last Longer

A lot of time and effort goes into making a lovely, warm pair of hand-knitted socks. So, when a knitted sock gets worn through, it is worth to try and repair the hole.

Darning a knitted sock can be an art form. Done wrongly, the knitted sock can become uncomfortable to wear. This because a badly darned sock can have lumps and bumps in it.

It is usually either the toes or the heels that first show signs of wear and tear. And eventually, the inevitable happens – a hole has developed!

Jackie at the HeartStrings FiberArts studio has made a great photo tutorial. It shows you, step-by-step, how to repair hand-knitted socks with a knit-in-place patch

To access this step-by-step photo tutorial, please click here: Knit-In-Place Patch


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