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Knitted Sock Sensations: Over 40 Fabulous Looks for Feelgood Feet

3.36  ·  Rating Details ·  25 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
A collection of 40 knitted sock designs, with an inspiring mix of cosy, quirky and chic.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published April 18th 2008 by David & Charles Publishers
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PERFECT. This collection has great directions, a huge variety of styles and takes the fear out of knitting socks! I had never made a pair of socks before and can now say I HAVE! And they’re beautiful! I highly suggest this book for any knitter, as some of the patterns are for more experienced knitters and quite a few are great for beginners. Lovely images, clear and concise patterns. An overall GREAT book.
Jun 21, 2013 Tonileg rated it it was ok
Shelves: knitting-crafts
Not my favorite knitting sock pattern book. Some patterns are really ugly although there are some cute children socks, but I have yet to make anything in this book. Although I might try the Aran (medium weight) yarn socks although I usually like a finer yarn because it is more comfortable when I have to stand on my feet for a long time, the larger Aran or bulky yarn presses into my skin so it would only be good for house socks.
I have to admit that the drawings for explaining the knitting process
Feb 28, 2015 Fullfaun rated it it was amazing
Doesn't have the Top-down Then Toe-up slipper socks I was looking for.
Nov 11, 2010 Tricia rated it it was ok
Shelves: 10-10-oct, crafts
Mostly unimpressed with this collection. Almost all are cuff-down patterns. Might be good start for beginner sock knitters, giving options for tube socks and some straight-knit bed socks, small booties, etc. Nice ideas for embellishments, but this is largely sewn on cuffs, use of decorative crochet or embroidery. Some good colourwork/striping ideas and info.
Nov 29, 2010 Ifurita rated it it was ok
Shelves: from-the-library
I was generally unimpressed with this book. It consists mostly of very basic sock patterns with a few cutesy touches tacked on for variety. I might recommend it for a new sock knitter who wants something a little different but doesn't feel like learning a lot of new techniques.
Apr 29, 2010 Theresa rated it it was ok
Shelves: knitting
All patterns are cuff down socks. Most are with heavier yarns than sock yarn.
Jun 21, 2009 Nekell rated it it was amazing
Really fun and creative things to make. Different from the others.
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