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Knitted Sock Sensations: Over 40 Fabulous Looks for Feelgood Feet

3.33 of 5 stars 3.33  ·  rating details  ·  24 ratings  ·  6 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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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
Doesn't have the Top-down Then Toe-up slipper socks I was looking for.
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.
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.
All patterns are cuff down socks. Most are with heavier yarns than sock yarn.
Really fun and creative things to make. Different from the others.
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