Books shelved as sock-knitting: Socks from the Toe Up: Essential. Sock Knitting Master Class: Innovative Techniques + Patterns from Top Designers.
"One of the best sock knitting books to come out in a long time. Ann Budd is the best-selling author of The Knitter's Handy Book of Patterns and The Knitter's.
Cat Bordhi has once again turned the sock knitting world on its heel with her long-awaited New Pathways for Sock Knitters: Book One. Bordhi has the unique ability to see in an object something completely different from what you or I may see.
Knitting Socks is a very popular knitting project choice. To be honest, sock knitting can become addictive 🙂 There are just so many gorgeous sock patterns, knitting stitches for socks and beautifully dyed yarn to knit up into socks.
The Knitter's Book of Socks and millions of other books are available for. the majority of the patterns are best suited for those with sock-knitting experience.
Finalist in the About.com Reader’s Choice Awards for Best Knitting Book of 2011. "Budd’s latest book is a trove of expertise, with patterns from 15 of the craftiest sockistas around, no surnames necessary.Every project adheres to the holy trinity of custom sock knitting–fit, comfort, aesthetics.
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Camilla Valley Farm Weavers’ Supply is pleased to offer hundreds of books on Fibre Arts related topics. Below (and at the other links above) are detailed descriptions for a subset of the books available.
If you like knitting socks, then you'll fall in LOVE with our vast selection of sock knitting books that show you the how-tos and more advanced techniques!
Anatomy of a Sock. A sock is basically two tubes joined by a funky piece in the middle that makes it bend forward like a foot does–the heel. This explanation is for those who’ve never knit a sock, or really looked at a hand-knit sock.