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Crocheted Socks!: 16 Fun-to-Stitch Patterns Paperback – August 1, 2003
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Sept 06 Making a practical pair of socks doesn't have to be serious, and this book has an air of frivolity that makes the 16 projects great fun. Crocheted Socks! starts with basic instructions and some handy tips for sock experts. The patterns combine the practical element of foot-warmers, such as thick hiking socks, with a stylish element, in the shape of frilly edging and various patterns. We love the blue and white tennis socks and a design with individual toe shapes called Wiggly Toes, who look so comfy! The designs use various yarns, from mainly cotton to mostly wool, so you can make socks for any season. The patterns can also be adapted for men or women in various sizes, so everyone can have fab handmade socks! Simply Knitting
About the Author
Janet Rehfeldt has been knitting and crocheting since the age of seven. She is the owner of Knitted Threads Designs, LLC. As an instructor, designer, and author, she teaches on both a local and national level. Her work has been featured in magazines such as Cast On, Crochet Today!, and Crochet! as well as in several Martingale publications.
Mary Jane Wood has been crocheting nonstop for more than 30 years. She teaches at workshops and conferences, and her designs have been featured in numerous publications.
Top customer reviews
The patterns in this book are a great place to start, and introduce a bunch of good options for construction/creation. Some of the patterns are a bit basic, but that's a GREAT place to start learning!
The instructions are clearly written, and I have yet to notice any errors.