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Think Outside the Sox: 60+ Winning Designs from the Knitter's Magazine Contest

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Showcasing more than 50 winning designs from the publisher’s international knitting contest, this collection of innovative, fine socks features patterns from around the world—which include color work, cables, lace, Latvian braids, and toe-up and top-down designs. Complete with thorough instructions for socks that range from fashionable to traditional, this guide is not onl ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published May 1st 2010 by Xrx Books (first published 2010)
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Velma
Oct 12, 2012 Velma rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: adventurous sock knitters
An exceptional sock pattern book, with clever & unusual designs & 60 (sixty!) patterns. Only complaint is that it lacks an explanatory overview paragraph for each pattern. Otherwise, vunderbar!
Mollie *scoutrmom*
May 14, 2010 Mollie *scoutrmom* rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: intermediate knitters
Wow! Innovative designs, challenges, fun, fantasy, beauty, all in one book. I'm sorry it took them this long to think of the idea and publish it.

I keep reading the patterns, deconstructing the designer's creative process hoping to spark my own. A keeper fer sure.
Cat Fithian
Interesting sock patterns, but many of them seem to be complicated just for the sake of being "fascinating" and don't even look comfortable to wear. The complications would make them impossibly tedious to know, IMHO.
Heather
Um. Conflicted. Tons and tons of errata, yes so many attractive sock patterns. But still, TONS (check out the book publisher's website, I'm not kidding) of errata, with more coming out still, almost a year later.
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One of the original three founders and often referred to as the 'R' in XRX publications, Elaine Rowley has been an editor since the founding of Knitters Universe. She says 'We have knitters in mind' and clearly that has been her focus long before she met David Xenakis and Alexis Xenakis. She met them in her shop 'The Golden Fleece', encouraged them in their crafts, and eventually they founded XRX ...more
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