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How to Knit Socks That Fit

Author : Donna Druchunas
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A Storey BASICS introduction on how to knit socks, a perennial favorite of knitters.

How to Knit Socks For Beginners

Author : Tony Denegal
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Sock knitting is hugely popular for a variety of reasons. Sock projects are much more portable than sweaters, they're ideal for gifting, and there are so many wonderful, beautiful, and fun yarns for knitted socks. And it's not as difficult as it might seem, really! Knitting socks is very straightforward, making them great projects for travel, or knitting at the game or while waiting for the kids to finish their sports practice. As long as you've got the right number of stitches and pay attention to the instructions, it will all work out. One of the wonderful things about sock knitting is that it can be as simple or as challenging as you like. Once you've mastered a standard pattern, you make it over and over again. I find knitting plain socks with fun yarns very relaxing. Or if you're up for a challenge, there are all sorts of patterns and variations. Sock knitters all have their preferences: which needles to use, which yarn they prefer, the construction they find easiest, which heel and toe variations fit them best. Once you've tried your first sock pattern, you'll be well equipped to try others and form your own opinions! Happy sock knitting!

How to Knit Socks That Fit

Author : Donna Druchunas
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Whether you’re working socks from the toe up or from the cuff down, designer Donna Druchunas’s complete, step-by-step instructions make sock knitting easy, enjoyable, and successful. You’ll learn several approaches for getting started, and you’ll also discover how to shape comfortable toes, create heels that fit, and ensure stretchy cuffs that can be counted on to keep your socks up. Druchunas’s useful tips and tricks include working confidently with double-pointed needles, knitting socks on one or two circular needles, and even knitting two socks at the same time. Once you’ve mastered these basic techniques, you can adapt them to create your own custom sock designs.

Knitting Socks

Author : Diane Dobson Barton
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Learning to knit socks for the beginner has NEVER been easier! This book is perfect for the first-timer sock maker. Once you conquer making the socks provided here, you are ready to move on to more difficult sock patterns. I include many photos and clearly written directions to make it as simple as possible. I remember my frustration at first learning how, so I wanted to make it easier for others. Packed pages include clear guidance about: Introduction / Supplies / Casting On / Knit & Purl Stitches / Heel Flap / Turning the Heel / Gusset / Foot /Toe / Oops! / Closing Remarks / Resources

HowExpert Guide to Knitting Socks

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If you want to learn how to knit socks, then get "HowExpert Guide to Knitting Socks" now. Whether you are a beginning knitter, one with several thousand yards under your belt, or looking for a gift for the knitter in your life, this is the book for you! Sock knitting is broken down piece by piece into easy-to-follow steps and pictures. Multiple methods are covered to ensure that knitters of all experience levels and styles reach their goals in knitting socks. From Toe Up to Cuff Down, Magic Loop to Double Pointed Needles, and one sock at a time to TAAT (Two At A Time), everything is deconstructed and simplified for the knitter. Different types of Cast Ons, Bind Offs, and each of their purposes are explained; this is especially helpful if you’re looking to mix things up! Included in the book are multiple sock “recipes”, all you need to get started is needles and yarn. We also cover the different weights of yarn and sizes of knitting needles if you need those before you can consider casting on a pair of socks. While breaking down each section of a sock (cuff, leg, heel, gusset, foot, and toe), additional recipes are included to aid the knitter in deciding what they might like or for swatching purposes. If you’ve been looking for a Choose Your Own Sock Knitting Adventure type book, look no further! About the Expert Jeanne Torrey lives near Baltimore, Maryland with her three kids, college BFF, and tuxedo cat. She has been knitting since 2010 and has knit more than 30 pairs of socks. You can find her on Ravelry.com under the username KnitsaTrap. When she’s not knitting, Jeanne enjoys sewing, writing, and video games. She also practices the martial arts of Tae-Kwon-Do (currently a 2nd degree black belt), Eskrima (green sash, Cacoy Doces Pares), and has recently taken up violin lessons. Honorable mentions go to Jeanne’s longtime friends: Lyndsay, who had the patience to teach her (twice) how to knit, and Jessica, who provides awesome moral support. This book is dedicated to her family and to Melissa who insists she won’t be able to knit socks. Yes, you can Melissa! HowExpert publishes quick 'how to' guides on all topics from A to Z by everyday experts.

How to Knit Socks

Author : Maud Churchill Nicoll
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Sock Knitting Basics

Author : Evans Alexander
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Knitting socks may not be easy at first! There are so many of sock knitting patterns out there! How do you choose? Top down or toe up? Circular needles or double pointed needles? Patterned socks or plain? Striped, solid, or variegated yarn? If you're a beginning sock knitter, you should start with Socks Knitting Manual to go through each of these parts as we knit a sock together. You'll learn all kinds of techniques, such as how to turn a heel and how to pick up stitches; in short, you'll learn how to knit a sock!

Knit Your Socks on Straight

Author : Alice Curtis
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Two-needle socks don’t have to be second-rate! Master this game-changing technique for straight-needle sock knitting. Put those clunky double-pointed needles down and learn to knit fabulous socks on your straight needles. Sharing her groundbreaking technique for straight-knit socks, Alice Curtis provides step-by-step instructions for twenty original patterns that feature a variety of yarns and an array of motifs ranging from cables to argyle. The possibilities for creative variations are endless, and each pattern can easily be adapted to any size. Get inspired and use your straight needles to knit stylish masterpieces that will keep your feet cozy and warm.

How to Knit Socks for Beginners

Author : Lisa Morales
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How to Knit Socks for Beginners: Super Easy and Modern Cozy Sock Patterns Sock knitting is hugely popular for a variety of reasons. Sock projects are much more portable than sweaters, they're ideal for gifting, and there are so many wonderful, beautiful, and fun yarns for knitted socks. And it's not as difficult as it might seem, really! Knitting socks is very straightforward, making them great projects for travel, or knitting at the game or while waiting for the kids to finish their sports practice. As long as you've got the right number of stitches and pay attention to the instructions, it will all work out.

Knitting Socks for Beginners

Author : Emma Brown
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Unsure where to start as you try to knit your first pair of socks? Discover an easy-to-follow system that will help you finish your first project in just three days. Are you a beginning knitter who's confused about which stitches, needles, and yarns to use? Are you clueless when it comes to terms like "cast on" and "purl"? Author Emma Brown learned to knit sitting at her grandmother's feet. By age 10, she was a wizard with yarn and needles, and now you can learn all her secret shortcuts in one incredible book. In Knitting Socks: Quick and Easy Way to Master Sock Knitting in 3 Days, Brown cleverly shows you how to learn just about every skill there is simply by knitting socks. Using her step-by-step process, you'll go from Fair Isle to Tube Socks and everything in between. With the techniques you pick up along the way, you'll advance your skill level to be able to springboard into new patterns and garments. And the best part of Brown's book is that you can complete the journey in just three days. In Knitting Socks, you'll learn: How to find the right knitting tools and the correct needles to use for your first or 50th project The 10 best sock-knitting patterns for learning essential skills and techniques How to knit socks from the top-down or the toe-up How to finish your first socks in just three days to wow your friends and family A full glossary of all knitting terms and much, much more! Knitting Socks is the guide you need to finish a pair of socks with fewer mistakes and in much less time. If you like easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions, and crystal-clear diagrams, then you'll love Brown's concise book. Buy Knitting Socks to save a stitch in time today! Don't forget to claim a FREE Kindle version with your purchase of Paperback copy!