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Getting Started Knitting Socks

por Ann Budd

Otros autores: Lori Gayle (Editor)

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From cast-on stitches to binding off, this handbook details the simple steps needed to turn seemingly complicated sock knitting projects into easy and enjoyable activities. Helpful photographs and instructional drawings ensure that even inexperienced knitters will be able to produce high-quality socks and handle more complicated techniques, such as the Kitchener stitch at the toe. Using instructions for five different sizes--from child through adult large--at five different gauges, knitters can produce styles ranging from delicate dress socks to thick and furry slipper socks. More adventurous knitters can add variety and flair by following one of 16 unique designs or trying one of the dozens of rib, cable, and lace patterns provided. With plenty of tips and a handy stitch dictionary, this guide unleashes the creativity and fun of sock knitting.… (más)
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I used this book when knitting my first pair of socks (and each subsequent pair). Ann Budd's clear explanations and the photographs took the mystery out of sock knitting, which scared the crap out of me before I did it. Budd starts out with the most basic of socks, arranged according to your gauge (ex., 6 stitches per inch), and walking through all of the steps necessary. The book then continues with more decorative patterns, but all have clear instructions. Her instructions for the Kitchener stitch are perhaps the clearest I've yet encountered.

I highly recommend this book for anyone who wants to get started knitting socks, but is scared off by the fancy stuff in other books. ( )
  ssperson | Apr 3, 2021 |
Books on library science aren't the only essential occupants of my keep-on-hand reference shelf. Another title I turn to consistently is Ann Budd's "Getting Started Knitting Socks" -- especially when I'm ready to break out the double-pointed needles and cast a new project on. From start to finish, Budd's easy-to-follow explanations are with me every step along the way to creating beautiful and wearable socks. ( )
  Cynthia_Parkhill | Nov 24, 2018 |
Great book to get anyone started knitting socks. Gives you all the basics plus several doable patterns for beginners. ( )
  AleAleta | Jul 7, 2016 |
From cast-on stitches to binding off, this handbook details the simple steps needed to turn seemingly complicated sock knitting projects into easy and enjoyable activities. Helpful photographs and instructional drawings ensure that even inexperienced knitters will be able to produce high-quality socks and handle more complicated techniques, such as the Kitchener stitch at the toe. Using instructions for five different sizes--from child through adult large--at five different gauges, knitters can produce styles ranging from delicate dress socks to thick and furry slipper socks. More adventurous knitters can add variety and flair by following one of 16 unique designs or trying one of the dozens of rib, cable, and lace patterns provided. With plenty of tips and a handy stitch dictionary, this guide unleashes the creativity and fun of sock knitting. ( )
  RochesterKnittingGui | Apr 10, 2016 |
This book is fantastic. I've been wanting to learn to knit socks for a long time, but everything I read made it seem so difficult. Budd has put together a gem here, with clear instructions accompanied by generously-sized images. The first chapters cover selecting your yarn and needles and demonstrate all of the techniques necessary to make a simple sock. The remaining sections provide basic patterns, starting with a simple crew sock and progressing to more complex socks using cables and lace designs. The book is definitely geared towards sock beginners, and experienced sock knitters looking for complex designs and patterns will find the book lacking in that regard, but I would recommend this book in a heartbeat for every library knitting collection and any one looking for a first or second sock book. ( )
  lucy3107 | Sep 23, 2013 |
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From cast-on stitches to binding off, this handbook details the simple steps needed to turn seemingly complicated sock knitting projects into easy and enjoyable activities. Helpful photographs and instructional drawings ensure that even inexperienced knitters will be able to produce high-quality socks and handle more complicated techniques, such as the Kitchener stitch at the toe. Using instructions for five different sizes--from child through adult large--at five different gauges, knitters can produce styles ranging from delicate dress socks to thick and furry slipper socks. More adventurous knitters can add variety and flair by following one of 16 unique designs or trying one of the dozens of rib, cable, and lace patterns provided. With plenty of tips and a handy stitch dictionary, this guide unleashes the creativity and fun of sock knitting.

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