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Socktopus: The Knitter's Guide to Designing Socks

4.26  ·  Rating Details  ·  88 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
Sock knitters now have something to really get their needles into with the lavish and inspirational "Socktopus," which is packed with invaluable tips and 17 fabulous patterns. Full of clear, helpful instructions on topics such as how to create a perfect fitting sock and master unusual knitting techniques, "Socktopus "will enlighten and intrigue its readers. "Socktopus "is ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published October 25th 2011 by Taunton Press, Incorporated (first published October 5th 2011)
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Josiphine
Just okay. Probably a sock knitter would gasp and die at a few of these patterns but...I'm not a sock knitter.
thistle
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Mary
May 29, 2016 Mary rated it really liked it
Shelves: craft, library-books
My nephew requested socks and I bought the yarn. Now I just need to find the perfect socks for him. He will be leaving (maybe) in May to be an English Teacher in a foreign country. This has been his dream. I would like to get some nice socks made for him. Even If I have to mail them to him. The socks in the book are very nice and a couple are plain, but seem feminine.
Sara
Jan 18, 2012 Sara rated it liked it
I saw some interesting patterns in this book, but nothing that wow'ed me. I think her patterns would show detail better in solid yarn choices, bit most were knit with variegated yarn. Her designs seemed geared towards a larger foot/fit. I would be concerned that many of the patterns would have to be altered to fit me. I am glad that this is on my library's shelves, but I would not purchase it myself.
Donna Holmes
Oct 05, 2012 Donna Holmes rated it liked it
Pretty patterns which make good use of her gently variegated yarn. There are some lovely touches on heel flaps and toes, but her design esthetic is fairly specific - if you like geometric patterns and textures and smaller motifs, this collection will be right up your alley. Clear technique photos and nice FO pictures. Socks offered in multiple sizes.
Mckinley
Advanced patterns of many lovely socks. Need to learn the basics of sock knitting first! However, if one IS going to the trouble of knitting socks they should be fabulous and these would be.
Amanda
Mar 13, 2014 Amanda rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I bought this book because it had a couple of very different and beautiful patterns. I can't wait to get them on my needles!
Amy
Dec 16, 2012 Amy rated it liked it
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Beautiful socks but for a more advanced sick knitter
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