How to Knit the Gusset of a Sock

Learn to knit the gusset of a sock with this video tutorial from Banana Moon Studio! #learntoknitsocks #knittingsocks

How to knit the gusset of a sock

Learning to knit socks? I can help you with that! The gusset of sock is the area right around the arch of your foot. In a cuff-down sock, as I am demonstrating here, this is where you decrease from the larger circumference of the heel to the smaller circumference of the rest of your foot. Let me teach you how to knit the gusset of a sock!

I have made a whole series of videos to demonstrate certain parts of making your sock that are a bit complex. Find the other tutorials with these links:

Learn to cast on with double-pointed needles

Learn to knit the heel flap of a sock.

How to knit the heel turn of a sock.

How to knit the gusset of a sock (that’s this video!)

Learn to knit a gathered toe for a sock

If you would like the free sock pattern used in this series of videos, it is called Catoosa Socks and you can get it by clicking here! The picture below shows what they look like. The yarn used for these socks is Ancient Arts Yarn Revival sock yarn. See available colors here.

Learn to knit the gusset of a sock with this tutorial video from Banana Moon Studio! #learntoknitsocks #knittingsocks #tutorialsforknittingsocks

And, here’s your video!

Happy knitting!

April

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