The day I completed my first sock was a day of liberation. For years I'd been mystified by socks, never daring try them on my own. I learned that although knitted socks look complex and daunting, they're actually one of the most logical items to
Ann Budd is quite possibly the best (and only) person you'd want to teach you how to knit socks. She is the all-knowing guru.
Once you have a few socks under your belt and feel confident with the basics, you're ready to embark on more challenging projects—and that's where this book comes into the picture. Co-editors Ann Budd and Anne Merrow have scoured the Interweave archives and selected 19
Are you new to socks? Did you finish the How To Knit Socks tutorial and are you ready for your next pair?
For new, reluctant, or recently returned sock knitters, I've designed a simple beginner unisex sock pattern called Stepping Stones.
It's the first pattern you'll find
Socks buffer us from life's hard edges. Whether knit by hand or produced by machine, socks serve as a good set of tires for our feet. They grab the road and get us to our destination in maximum comfort with minimal slippage. They are, in
The Sock Summit founders described themselves as "seven lunatic women with a thing for socks and a very big plan," and they didn't use the word "big" lightly. By the time the Sock Summit took place in Portland, Oregon, August 6-9, it had gathered a magnificent momentum
Pattern and introduction by Jane Cochran
Like many knitters, I love to knit socks. They're a portable project that’s good to have stashed in a purse or bag.
They're as simple or as complicated as I want them to be, and I can experiment with stitches and
This is a follow-up to Schurch's previous book, Sensational Knitted Socks. Together, these two highly collectible books make up a powerful sock arsenal that'll keep you going for years.
You just need to be comfortable navigating patterns somewhat like a board game—you find your first clue and