The Sock Knitting Bible breaks down different techniques and show wannabe sock knitters that there is nothing to be scared of.
Covering everything from casting on to colourwork, toe up, cuff down or even two-at-a-time socks, this books cover it all. Sock knitting is the perfect portable project too once you know the basics you can dip in and out until they are flying off your needles!
There are step-by-steps instructions for all of the various techniques and for three basic socks so that you can follow them even if you are an absolute beginner.
It features ten projects by some of the most exciting and talented sock designers, illustrating a number of different knitting methods and styles. Here you will find stripes, Fair Isle, cables, lacy, sparkly and snuggly socks: a pattern for all your needs.
Author Lynne Rowe explains what kind of yarns are best suited to different styles of sock and shares her techniques for how to get the best finish. Discover the different tools available for making socks so you can experiment with double pointed needles (dpn), the magic loop method and small circular needles as well as innovative new products such as flexible dpns until you find your own favourite method.
Size: 216x280 mm, Pages: 160