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Author: Allison Griffith
Binding: Softcover
Pages: 65 pages
Read Reviews (2):
3.500000 out of 5 stars

Socks for Everybody!: Patterns for the Beginner Sock Knitter

$14.39 40% off
Retail: $23.99

Portable and quick, with infinite variety and amazing gift potential, it's not hard to see why so many knitters think that socks are the best projects ever and everyone should knit them. With meticulous tutorials and directions intended for the absolute sock beginner, we'll show you just how simple and easy socks can be. 14 detailed, photo-illustrated tutorials guide you every step of the way, with instructions for both toe up and top down and 11 stitch patterns to choose from. After your first (of many) socks are off the needles, you're sure to agree that socks are for everybody.
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5 out of 5 stars

I am a beginner to socks and this book was a great help. It broke down techniques down into great picture tutorials! Thank you for making a book without the extra clutter.

2 out of 5 stars

I wish there was some way to know what you're getting inside the books that are sold here, because I never would have bought this book knowing what it is. The impression is that this is a book of various sock patterns like they are pictured in the cover. This is not that. It's more instructions on how to do elements or each sock; the cuff, the heel, the design, etc., and you put them together to make a sock. I have a decent amount of knitting knowledge and have even knit several pairs of socks before, but even I find this book confusing. To make a pair I'd be flipping all over because and forth through the book. This claims to be for beginners but this would be way too confusing for a beginner. I'm in no way a beginner and it's confusing to me.