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Here are the final two sock class videos. The first one will walk you through how to make your decreases for the toe, and then the second video shows you how to do the Kitchener stitch to close the toe. Once you're finished with the toe, you're all set!

I've also added the new videos to the list of sock class videos so you can find them all in one place in the Sock KAL.

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Comment by MartyAZ on November 3, 2009 at 5:32am
Terrific. Thanks so much.
Now, who invented the Kitchener Stitch? Or Who is it named after?
Comment by Karen Lambert on November 2, 2009 at 6:30pm
These videos are so helpful. Thanks so much.
Comment by Bekka on November 2, 2009 at 6:11pm
Kelley,

Thanks so much for doing the Kitchener Stitch! I have knit socks for 10 years and did the K stitch, but differently, and ALWAYS had dog ears on both ends. Now I know how to get rid of them!! It just goes to show, you can always learn something new.

Thanks again. The whole series is great. I wish I would have had it 10 years ago:)

Bekka
Comment by Victoria Dowding on November 2, 2009 at 11:56am
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Kelly thank you for these great videos I did it I made a pair of socks! They not only fit me but all my girls too. BTW it is Dr. Dolittle. I will always think of the push me pull me now lol.

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