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Discover more patterns, more stitches, and more styles - this follow-up to the award-winning bestseller "Sensational Knitted Socks" presents new possibilities for knitting great socks! This book helps: combine the yarn, gauge, stitch pattern, and size of your choice to knit more than 1,000 variations of adult- and kid-sized socks; start with 11 basic designs and then try l ...more
Paperback, 112 pages
Published March 26th 2007 by Martingale & Company
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Elizabeth
Jun 11, 2007 Elizabeth rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone who's ready to move beyond the basic sock
Sorry, Ann Budd, but I think Charlene Schurch may have superseded you as the High Goddess of Sock Knitting. This book not only describes in very clear terms and photos how to knit a basic sock, but it also shows you more variations (toe-up, various heels, two circulars, multiple patterns) than you could possibly ever knit. The book is beautifully and amply illustrated. Kneel before the Schurch.
Kelly
A must read for sock knitters whose feet do not fit traditional "one size fits all" knitting patterns. The treasure trove of this book is the multiple pages of charts the author has that help you adapt ANY sock pattern to YOUR foot. Just find gauge on one side of the graph, your foot size on the other and where the two meet you know how many stitches to cast on and how to adapt the pattern. I got this one from the library just to see how it was, and it is a definite must buy knitting book for my ...more
Jennifer
This book, and the first one, both give several patterns with varying numbers of stitch repeats that can be combined to make really neat socks. Plus, it gives detailed charts to determine how many stitches should be cast on and how long the foot should be based upon foot size. Great resource for any sock knitter to have in their library.
Danielle
The BEST sock book! Lots of stitch and color patterns, lots of heel and toe options. Lots of beautiful socks. Top-down or toe-up for every pattern. All the numbers crunched so you could knit any sock in the world in YOUR size and gauge.
kay
As much as I loved the first book, I love this one more - more designs, more ways to build a custom pair of socks... what more could I ask for?
Mammals
I haven't made anything from this book yet so I can't say for sure that its good but I want to make just about every sock in there.
Meredith Henning
This one is great, maybe a little too technical for me, but I really want to give the sock thing a GO!!
Fangirl
The second collection of Charlene Schurch's wonderful sock patterns.
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