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For knitters who have always wanted to knit socks but were afraid of working with double-pointed needles, now there is a technique created by Curtis which allows you to make socks on two needles. Of course, there is a seam required at the end. But Curtis has devised a technique which incorporates a crocheted seam, which allows the seam to lay flatter. Additionally, most of the designs incorporate the seam into the design, so they look like part of the sock. Check out Knit Your Socks on Straight: A New and Inventive Technique With Just Two Needles.

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