This DVD presents 2 techniques: Argyle socks without the bobbins and seams, and the Entrelac technique. In the Argyle technique, each section is created separately while being joined to the next section. Therefore you donít need bobbins or graphs, so the work is less complicated. In Entrelac, the left and right slanting squares resemble basketweave and create a puffy effect. Each of these processes can be easily translated to sweater work. Written instructions included. A basic understanding of knit socks is helpful as the specifics of heel and toe knitting are not detailed in this DVD.