Knit Socks!

Knit Socks! Knitters love to make socks Socks are practical and pretty, cozy and colorful Sock projects are easily carried in a knitting bag, and the patterns are complex enough to be interesting but small enough to be quickly finished Plus, socks are always fun to wear and great to give as gifts.Now Knit Socks , the little die cut hardcover that sold than 65,000 copies, is available in a paperback edition that includes two all new sock patterns But that s not all Sock knitters will find much in this revision to feed their sock addictions, such as helpful new advice on choosing sock yarns what feels the best, what holds its shape, what really lasts.And what is a knitter to do if a pattern looks interesting, but she wants to substitute a lighter yarn for the chunky, warm wool specified A new chart provides alternative yarn weights and the corresponding number of stitches needed for each of the patterns and sizes Knitters might also want to experiment with two circular needles Or four double points There s advice here for adapting any pattern to any type of needle.With all the variations and possibilities, Knit Socksgoes far beyond its 17 patterns Creative knitters will find an endless array of exciting options for keeping feet comfortable, warm, and beautiful. Free Read Kindle ePUB Knit Socks! Author Betsy McCarthy –

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  • Board Book
  • 144 pages
  • Knit Socks!
  • Betsy McCarthy
  • English
  • 23 November 2017
  • 1580175376

10 thoughts on “Knit Socks!

  1. says:

    i did it.i became a mom taught me how to knit my own socks when my pleas for her to knit mefell on deaf ears this is an easy book to follow and gives you enough standard patterns and combos that after my first pair i felt comfortable enough altering the second pair s pattern.

  2. says:

    I m planning to make several socks from this book Beware that the instructions for the Starter Stockinette are a little opaque regarding knitting stockinette in the round and transferring stitches for the heel flap for an absolute beginner which I was while reading this book I supplemented by watch...

  3. says:

    I ve checked this one out a few times now from my library I think it s heading to the gotta buy list

  4. says:

    Taught myself to knit socks with this What a dandy little book I ll keep reading it until I stop making socks I suppose.

  5. says:

    When I first got this book a few weeks ago, I was VERY disappointed in it Having a multitude of knitting and knitting pattern books, I saw no reason to even produce such a book as this one.However, upon reflection and having spent many hours looking over this book, I ve decided it is worth adding to your crafting library There are several really good hints on how to avoid some of the pitfalls inherent in the knitting of socks, whic...

  6. says:

    The fact that this book about knitting socks is actually shaped like a knitted sock is quite cute, but it does make it a bit awkward to store There are 15 patterns for children and adults, and I look forward to making several of them over the winter The beginning section on basics is very thorough, with lots of helpful illustrations The worst thing I can say is that, due to repeated lack of success with the Kitchener stitch to close the toes, I have happily started knitting my socks toes up, The fact that this book about knitting socks is actually shaped like a knitted sock is quite cute, but it does make it a bit awkward to store There are 15 patterns for children and adults, and I look forward to mak...

  7. says:

    This is it this is the book that taught me to knit socks I have a tendency to over think and over process everything Knit Socks spelled out the instructions and stitch counts so I didn t have to think about the dreaded heel turn it just happened and it was the coolest thing ever...

  8. says:

    This is a fine book for basic sock knitting patterns All of the patterns are the same length and fairly average socks no ankle or knee length, no interesting spiraling or patterns Just simple socks Not a bad book, one or two patterns that I will be bookmarking.

  9. says:

    Looks a tough intimidating Will practice knitting and FOLLOWING patterns before trying socks Then this would be a good book for a variety of ideas and patterns since if one is going to knit socks they should be somethingthan plain and regular.

  10. says:

    This might make a good reference book A lot of good info, patterns, and ideas I think the ideas could be interchanged to get evencreative.

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