How to Darn a Sock
How to Darn a Sock - Begin to Stitch the Rows
When you darn a sock, you are not only weaving over the hole, but also strengthening the weak areas around the hole. After your circle is stitched, start a row of stitches on the inside edge of the circle. When you get to the edge, stitch another row in the other direction. Continue making rows of stitches as shown until you get to the hole in the sock.
At the hole, make a long stitch that spans the entire width of the hole, as shown. Later, you will weave through these strings to create a new patch of fabric for the sock. Make these rows of long strings as close together as possible. After each long stitch, continue the row to the edge of the stitched circle.
Next, finish stitching the rows.
Video: Sock Darning - Swiss Darning, part 1
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