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London-based Yu's yarn shop, sock yarn line, and role as cofounder of the Knit Nation knitting exhibition are marvelous gifts to the international knitting community. In her first published collection of patterns, she explores the wit and whimsy of knitted socks, demonstrating a flair for matching color with design. A few of the patterns will be familiar to avid sock knitters, but many are brand new, and the designs range from simple to intricate. One of the nicest features is the step-by-step photographic guides to unusual or unexpected techniques, such as the Channel Island cast on and Kihnu Vits braid. Sock knitters of all levels will appreciate Yu's exciting and attractive patterns.--Library Journal
the book is great, I haven't yet learned to do toe up sock knitting..Published 4 months ago by sharon Jellow
I should have paid attention to the negative reviews. The socks looked beautiful and I was excited to try them. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ina
This is an excellent book! I am knitting "De Stijl", and love the way it showcases my beautiful variegated yarn!Published 6 months ago by M. Blackwell
Lots of great patterns to try. Instructions seem clear and pictures are good. Charts only, though is the only drawback.Published 7 months ago by bean55
This is the sock book I would hang on to if I had to get rid of all others. Admittedly, there are no new or earth shattering sock construction techniques (just a lot of clever... Read morePublished 8 months ago by J. Russell
A++++++. Super fast shipping and a great deal! Thank you!!!!!!Published 10 months ago by Smileyjeepgirl
One can fine the corrections (errata) on the Socktopus Internet site or on Ravelry. The patterns are beautiful.Published 12 months ago by CB