This is something I had been meaning to do, and getting it done this morning reminds me that these lessons were a very cool ribber exploration. These are a little long, but spend 30 minutes watching, if you'd like to get more out of your ribbing attachment, or if you're thinking about getting a ribbing attachment, or just for a review:
- This video shows a very practical use for circular knitting with a ribber.
- This is a darn good sock. The foot and ankle is seamless, which saves you sewing time and makes a more comfy sock. I used regular hand knitting sock yarn, which is easy to find and produces the best socks, IMO. I show how to do each step.
- The book that goes with this, "Knitting Socks on the Standard Machine," has twelve sizes, from little babies to big guys. I put a lot of tips in to help you get a good fit and make nice seams. The book, which comes with a hi-def DVD, is available here.