Instructions for working a sock toe using this cast-on can be found on knitty.com: http://knitty.com/ISSUEspring06/FEATmagiccaston.html Information on things you'll see in this video: The poncho on the mannequin behind me is my Rodeo Drive Poncho, pattern + video tutorial: http://verypink.com/2013/12/20/rodeo-drive-poncho/ The pattern for the sweater I’m wearing (not my design, in a discontinued cotton yarn) can be found here: http://knitty.com/ISSUEspring03/PATTsitcomchic.html The circular needles I use for demonstration are Knitter's Pride Dreamz interchangeable needles: http://www.amazon.com/Knitters-Pride-Dreamz-Interchangeable-Knitting/dp/B00IRMKRV0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1409068902&sr=8-1&keywords=knitter%27s+pride+dreamz The green yarn I use in the video is Knit Picks Wool of the Andes Bulky in color Avocado. The nail polish I’m wearing is Julep, color “Maddy”. http://refer.julep.com/s/stacip
Views: 225813 VeryPink Knits
This is a tutorial to demostrate the way I do Judy Becker's Magic Cast On, a seamless way to begin toe-up socks.
Views: 59272 Sockmatician
I made my first JMCO tutorial in August of 2007, eleven years ago, and it has nearly a half-million views. Nevertheless, I think this one is considerably better, and invite you to use it to learn this amazing technique which is the brainchild of my esteemed friend and colleague, Judy Becker. For more information about my videos, knitting and weaving retreats, and knitting tours, visit catbordhi.com
Views: 9880 Cat Bordhi
Learn how to cast on for two socks at a time using Judy's Magic Cast On and the Magic Loop Method.
Views: 21701 Nancy Wynn
In this tutorial, you will learn how to work Judy's Magic Cast as a provisional cast on for garter stitch and for stocking stitch and as a cast on for working in the round. This video forms part of Arnall-Culliford Knitwear's A Year of Techniques. Shop for the book and kits: https://shop.acknitwear.co.uk/collections/a-year-of-techniques
Views: 6203 JenACKnitwear
Learn how to cast on with Judy's Magic Cast on using the Magic Loop method.
Views: 5699 Nancy Wynn
See the Judy's Magic Cast-On tutorial with written instructions here: https://www.sistermountain.com/blog/judys-magic-cast-on-tutorial If you need a cast-on for toe-up socks or for stockinette trims, this is the best one out there. It's invisible, quick and RIDICULOUSLY easy. In today's knitting tutorial, you will learn: - How to knit Judy's Magic Cast-On - How to work the first row after the cast-on Click play and I'll show you exactly how to knit this deceptively easy cast-on! Music Credit: Paul Tyan
Views: 1456 Sister Mountain
A Grafted Way to Start Knitting in the Round. Whether you are about to start knitting toe up socks or a hexipuff, there are advantages to using a grafted cast on. You could do a provisional cast-on followed by grafting the stitches together with a kitchener stitch, but why bother when something easier exists? Thanks to Judy there is this magical cast on that creates a grafted seam. See the creation of Judy's Magic Cast On: http://knitty.com/ISSUEspring06/FEATmagiccaston.html For free patterns and dyeing tutorials, visit http://www.chemknits.com
Views: 112880 ChemKnits Tutorials
Support me by buying me a coffee on Ko-Fi! https://www.ko-fi.com/roxannerichardson This video demonstrates Judy's Magic Cast On when used as a closed cast on (as for toe-up socks). Background information on the cast on, as well as the pros and cons are presented. To jump to a specific point in the video, click on the adjacent link: Background on JMCO: 0:33 Demonstration of JMCO: 1:51 Results of the cast on: 8:52 Summary of the qualities of JMCO: 9:18 This is the third video in a series on cast on methods that can be used as a provisional cast on and as a closed cast on. You can find a playlist of all the cast on methods here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1AZxTfSCe2fojBT5PtXjMBByDgUpC6pl If you have questions about this video, or suggestions for future videos, please let me know down in the comments or on social media. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RoxKnits Twitter: https://twitter.com/RoxMpls Rox Rocks Ravelry group: http://www.ravelry.com/groups/rox-rocks
Views: 16519 Roxanne Richardson
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Views: 480 Paca La Alpaca
Learn how to do this perfect cast on for toe up socks on Double pointed needles. Also useful for anything requiring a provisional cast on.
Views: 13976 Nancy Wynn
I show you step by step how to knit Judy's magic cast on with magic loop. Link to Judy's pattern http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEspring06/FEATmagiccaston.html Follow me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/The-Nervous-Knitter-697219090481339/
Views: 6484 The Nervous Knitter
Support me by buying me a coffee on Ko-Fi! https://www.ko-fi.com/roxannerichardson This video demonstrates how to use Judy's Magic Cast On (JMCO) as a provisional cast on. This cast on has some limitations when used this way, but there are also some advantages, in certain situations. It is assumed that the viewer is already familiar with how Judy's Magic Cast on is normally used. To jump right to a specific point in the video, click on the adjacent time stamp. Getting Started - Materials and options for starting without measuring out a long tail: 1:13 Joining in the round/returning to provisional loops: 6:09 Working flat: 8:14 Returning to provisional loops (working flat): 10:53 Grafting in pattern/working a stitch pattern in two directions: 11:37 General Advantages/disadvantages as a PCO: 14:09 Advantages/disadvantages compared to Turkish and Figure-8 CO: 15:04 This is the fourth video in a series on closed cast on methods that can also be used as provisional cast ons. A closed cast on is often used to start toe-up socks. Other videos in this series: Turkish Cast On (closed and PCO): https://youtu.be/7MDFXgdIIH4 Figure-8 Cast On (closed and PCO): https://youtu.be/7LvanJobvjo Judy's Magic Cast On (as a closed cast on): https://youtu.be/KEnk-Kl513A If you have questions about this video, or suggestions for future videos, please let me know down in the comments or on social media. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RoxKnits Twitter: https://twitter.com/RoxMpls Rox Rocks Ravelry group: http://www.ravelry.com/groups/rox-rocks
Views: 15311 Roxanne Richardson
A new way to do tubular cast on. An elastic cast on for 1 x 1 ribbing.
Views: 59733 L2Belt
Start your socks at the toes with Judy's Magic Cast On for an invisible, seamless, beautiful toe. This video is full of tips to help you remember the steps and understand what's going on. After we've cast on together, we'll continue with the first few rounds using the Magic Loop. I'll show you what it should look like at each step of the process and give you tips for neat and tidy knitting with no gaps. This video goes along with my real-life class on knitting toe-up socks. If you have any questions, let me know in the comments. The yarn I used: Trailhead Yarns Churchill, 100% Canadian Wool, bulky weight. My needles: size 8 US/5.0 mm Addi fixed circular, 40"/100 cm in length My website for further tips and patterns: www.aknitica.com
Views: 6064 aknitica
This video demonstrates how to work Judy's Magic Cast On. This is a way of casting on two sets of stitches over parallel needles, that are joined together down the centre. It's a great way to seamlessly begin a toe-up sock, but can be used anywhere you'd like to create an enclosed tube shape in your knitting.
Views: 1992 The Sweater Collective
How to Knit Toe Up Socks with Judy's Magic Cast On. How to work Judy's Magic Cast On for toe up socks. This is demonstrated using the Continental Knitting method. Where to find me - Knitting with Suzanne Bryan on Ravelry - https://www.ravelry.com/groups/knitting-with-suzanne-bryan Knitting with Suzanne Bryan on FB- https://www.facebook.com/groups/1769286026429876/ KnittingSuzanne on Ravelry - https://www.ravelry.com/people/KnittingSuzanne Suzanne's Blog - http://www.knittingsuzanne.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Suzanne - Off the Cuff 2/13/19" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5pH4E-Ss7A -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 2254 Knitting with Suzanne Bryan
Judy's magic cast on for a toe up sock with double point needles. Also shows how to do m1 increases. I made this as a reminder for my students but you should check out Judy's actual video on her website http://www.beyondtoes.com/jmco.php
Views: 11205 yarniashop
Hello and Welcome to another We Love Knitting tutorial. I’m Claire, and today I’ll be teaching you to knit two socks at a time from the toe up using Judy’s magic cast on. If you haven’t knit socks with magic loop before, or just want to refresh your memory before attempting to knit two at a time, I suggest watching my previous video on magic loop, which will get you to where you need to be for this tutorial. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmcgaCeKNYs This video has been made especially for the We Love Knitting Sock Club, but it’s useful for everyone so please feel free to watch even if you aren’t a member. If you are interested in joining the Sock Club, We’d love to have you… It’s a lot of fun, and you’ll get an exclusive skein of yarn each month, discounts on patterns and sometimes freebies, as well as tutorials like this one to help you create something beautiful with your yarn. You can find more information on my website https://www.we-love-knitting.com/collections/sock-club-registrationor on Instagram @weloveknitting
Views: 1313 We Love Knitting
Learn how to knit Judy's Magic Cast-On using this quick 1 minute tutorial. This technique is easy perfect for toe-up socks or stockinette trims. Kelley from https://www.AlpacaDirect.com demonstrates this in a quick knitting tutorial to help you get started with toe-up socks.
Views: 1627 Alpaca Direct
I think this is the best provisional cast-on on the planet. It was invented by the ingenious Judy Becker of Portland, Oregon, and first released to the world by Knitty.com. You'll find it used throughout my latest book, NEW PATHWAYS FOR SOCK KNITTERS, for everything from toe-up socks to cobblestone cuffs. I love it!
Views: 426242 Cat Bordhi
Internationally-known knitting teacher Amy Detjen shows you how to work Judy's Magic Cast-On. This video accompanies her Basic Toe-Up Sock Pattern available on Ravelry and published by Knitcircus Yarns.Video 1 of 4 for the Basic Toe-Up Sock series.
Views: 1540 Jaala Spiro
In this video I shown You how to get started with magic loop, casting on and all the tips and tricks! Long tail cast on video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULmXkQirOzo&t=124s Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Nervous-Knitter-697219090481339/
Views: 116652 The Nervous Knitter
A demonstration of Judy's Magic Cast on, without using the initial slip-knot. This is an invisible and seamless way of casting on the toes of toe-up socks.
Views: 2850 pyrrha17
Successfully cast on for toe-up socks using Judy's Magic Cast-On without a slipknot for left-handed knitters. Another in the video series from Jessica, our teacher who specializes in techniques for the left-handed knitter. If you have any questions, contact us for LIVE, interactive knitting help by text, voice and video chat. Connect with us now! https://app.purechat.com/w/knitchats Online hours Monday - Friday, 7pm - midnight Eastern, 4pm - 9pm Pacific Website: http://www.knitchats.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/knitchats/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/knitchats Ravelry: https://www.ravelry.com/groups/knitchats Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/knitchats/boards/
Views: 284 KnitChats
Part 1 features Judy's Magic Cast On, the Seam Free Rounded Toe and a customizable ribbing for the foot portion of your sock. Let's get started! ↓↓↓↓↓↓ CLICK “SHOW MORE” FOR RESOURCES ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓ Get the pattern here: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/customizable-toe-up-sock Judy's Magic Cast On: http://bit.ly/1d8g3zh Seam-Free Rounded Toe: http://bit.ly/2DvUzop Knit Picks Felici Yarn: http://bit.ly/2DwEekh Addi Turbo Needles 80 cm (32") 2.25 mm: https://amzn.to/2JGGDrJ Vanilla Latte Sock: http://bit.ly/2hjxnk1 Cat Bordhi: http://bit.ly/2rrKIv1 JOIN US: Purl Together Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1404897476256787/ Meet us on Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/groups/purl-together My Ravelry project page: https://www.ravelry.com/projects/CelticPrairieFarm
Views: 120299 Purl Together
The magic loop cast on is an invisible cast on. This is usable with using circular needles or double pointed needles (DPNs). This cast on is used very commonly in toe up socks for a seamless toe. For more instructions on how to knit using magic loop overall please view the video on using the Magic Loop Knitting Technique at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBVqTba9_qg Please remember to click the thumbs up if you found this video helpful! If you did not like the video please let me know know what you would like to see so I can make it better! Visit our website at www.yarncraftsforlefties.com for left handed knitting information, yarn reviews and to view all of our knitting video's in one place. To request an instructional video please send an e-mail to [email protected] or visit our website at www.yarncraftsforlefties.com
Views: 5010 Bill Souza
Judy's Magic Cast On is a double-sided cast on that works well for toe-up socks, top down hats or mittens and bags worked from the bottom up. Featured in this Tutorial Pattern: Birch Grove Socks - https://shop.thechillydog.com/products/birch-grove-socks-knitting-pattern-pdf?utm_source=TCDYT Yarn: Schoppel Boots Needles: addi FlexiFlips
Views: 726 The Chilly Dog
This is a tutorial for toe up socks. Written instructions are shown below for this part. The next part will be released in two weeks time. Part 1: Cast on and foot, written instructions Requirements: 2.5mm or US1 circular needles at least 60cm in length 100g fingering or 4 ply yarn Progress keeper darning needle Scissors Abbreviations: K - knit M1R -make one right M1L - make one left Using Judi Beckers magic cast on, cast on 12 stitches on each of two needles. You can find the sockmaticians tutorial on this cast on at: https://youtu.be/w1WweVpf9k8 Knit one round Repeat the following 2 rows until you have 60 stitches (or size required) Row 1: on your first needle K1, M1R, K to 1 stitch before end of needle, M1L, K1 On needle two K1, M1R, K to one stitch before end of needle, M1L, K1 Row 2: Knit Once you have the required stitch count knit in the round until your work measures 2 inches less than the length of your foot from toe to heel. In part 2 we will complete the heel You can find me on the following sites: http://www.ravelry.com/groups/craft-house-magic https://www.instagram.com/crafthousemagic https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/CraftHousemagic
Views: 38576 Craft House Magic
Hi! In this instruction video I will show you how to cast on for toe up socks. No matter if you use DPNs or circular needles, I will show you how to do the technique on both types of needles. This cast on is called 'Judy's magic cast on'. DPN cast on: 0:07 Circulars cast on: 7:30 THE PATTERN Cast-on + Toe: https://craftyqueens.nl/2017/05/11/simple-toe-up-socks-part-1-casting-on/ Heel: https://craftyqueens.nl/2017/05/18/simple-toe-up-socks-part-2-the-heel/ Cuff and Bind off: https://craftyqueens.nl/2017/05/27/simple-toe-up-socks-part-3-cuff-bind-off/ Find me on social media: Instagram: @crafty_queens Ravelry: Caramelletje Facebook: Crafty Queens Blog: www.craftyqueens.nl Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/NewLeafDesignsNL
Views: 86364 New Leaf Podcast
Kelley Hobart shows you a variation on Judy's Magic Cast On to create seamless heels for her latest Mrs. Hupp's slipper pattern. http://bit.ly/mrshupps Note** If you need to learn Judy's Magic Cast On watch this first: https://youtu.be/pxyv2cVSXs0
Views: 1980 Alpaca Direct