Nancy Bush teaches workshops for guilds, shops, and at conferences throughout the United States, Canada, and Northern Europe. She is the author of Folk Socks, Folk Knitting in Estonia, Knitting on the Road, Knitting Vintage Socks, and Knitted Lace of Estonia. Nancy lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Instructions are well written and clear.
I really enjoyed to choose from the many sock patterns, they are more traditionelle but also wearable and fancy, some of them are really elegant, too.
I guess some people want the challenge but I was expecting a book of patterns to use WHEN traveling, not ABOUT traveling.
First let me say that, yes, I like the book and it will go into my collection of knitting reference books. Will I ever knit one of these socks? Eh, probably not. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jacqulyne
The sock patterns are nice, but the size of the book is not all that small, I think it would fit in a knitting tote though.Published 6 months ago by Becky
Straight forward patterns that are easy to follow while on the go. Classic, simple and elegant. I do recommend this book.Published 9 months ago by Maureen Griffin
An excellent book from the best knitter of socks. I've bought all of Nancy Bush's books and have never been disappointed. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Clarisse Christophe
My knitting instructir taught me how to make a great pair of sock using this book. I learned to read a graph. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Elizabeth Burrows
It's not quite what I expected, but it's still a fun little book full of neat patterns. I'm looking forward to starting new projects :)Published 17 months ago by Steph
I like the patterns and the spiral bound format, but the book contains way too many errors, and either you scribble on your copy to correct them or you'll have to print the... Read morePublished on November 18, 2010 by anonymous
I really enjoyed to choose from the many sock patterns, they are more traditionelle but also wearable and fancy, some of them are really elegant, too. Read morePublished on September 12, 2010 by Szandrah