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Sock Yarn One-Skein Wonders®: 101 Patterns That Go Way Beyond Socks! Paperback – November 13, 2010
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Affordable, sturdy, and available in endless colorful variations, sock yarn inspires creativity and passion among knitters. Now you can choose from more than 100 patterns that use your sock-yarn single skeins in fresh exciting projects.
Caps * Gloves * Cuffs * Scarves * Shawls * Shrugs * Bonnets * Booties * Bags * and, of course, Socks!
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There are sock patterns (of course), scarves, lace items, shawls, gloves & fingerless mitts, baby clothes, tea cozy, dog clothes, placemats, lampshade, ornaments, bags, pillows, hats (kid & adults).... and lots of other things, too.
The shawls look especially fun to try! One very nice note: the book is in color and you can see how the varigated sock yarns would look knitted up! This is HUGE to me, I often buy varigated sock yarn only to find that it pools and does odd patterning (yuck), but with most patterns in One Skein, I can see how those pretty-in-hanks yarns will actually knit up! YAY!
One of the best new knitting books of the season! I'm ready to make a dent in my sock yarn stash!
The instructions are clear and concise and include both basic and more advanced methods of construction - in addition to the great patterns, this book is a good skill builder. Yarn substitution is fairly easy with this book as well, as long as guages are carefully checked and information about the exact weight of the suggested yarn is carefully considered. I substituted yarns from my stash for both a scarf (not guage specific) and socks where guage is very important. I am thrilled that I have this book in my library and it is the best knitting book purchase I have made in a while. I know I will return to it for stash busting and even using up bits of left-over sock yarn. Recommended for all knitter's libraries.