Originally Posted by klymyshyn
You may get into it later...
This is what happened to me. I took a beginner sock class two years ago, and thought it was just not for me. However, last year I developed a burning desire to knit Christmas stockings and tried it again. I don't know what happened but something 'clicked' and I've been knitting socks ever since.
I enjoy knitting the different parts of the sock and there are so many different techniques you can use. Before you can get bored knitting one part of the sock it is time to move on to another part of the sock. So, I find that the fun for me is the process of knitting the sock.
Do you think it could be that you just aren't enjoying the 2 circ method? Perhaps you would enjoy one of the other methods better. I tried magic loop and didn't care for it at all, so I'm still using dpns.
If you think you might want to give it another try, I'd suggest knitting a baby sock which is much smaller and quicker, but it still has the same sock anatomy as an adult sock.
However, if you decide you don't like knitting socks then it is no big deal! Frog that sock and knit something you'll enjoy.