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Cat Bordi has been creating and designing in the textile field for over forty years. Her work first began to show up in international collections in the 80's, and has been featured in museums, calendars, cards, books, and magazines. Her second collection of designs for socks on two circular needles, due out in October, 2002, will include even more innovative sock architecture and extensive sections on everything from fitting unusual feet to generating and applying brand new designs.
Excellent! Clear directions and simple instructions make knitting socks on two needles much easier. Why fight with multiple uncooperative dp needles when this technique is... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Shirley J
I thought the book was very informative and the tips were very helpful I plan on showing this book to me friend who also knitsPublished 20 months ago by Maureen Pogson
Yes, learning a new way to work with knitting needles is awkward. The reward is awesome so stick with it. Cat provides plenty of pictures and descriptive text. Read morePublished on Sept. 10 2007 by Irene
Poor pictures, a very slim book and lots of shortcuts in the quality department made this a big disapoinment. This one's worth the trip to the Post office to return.Published on Feb. 6 2004
This book had nice patterns, but I already knew the technique from Joyce Williams and I have a preference for knowing how to adjust for different sizes and different fibers.Published on Jan. 10 2004
I don't feel that Socks Soar on Two Circular Needles...is for a beginner. It more or less just makes statements and assumes you understand what is being said.Published on Jan. 3 2004
I've used this book so much that it is curling at the corners and some pages are stuck together with food . . . embarrassing! Read morePublished on Oct. 11 2003
I am a knitter with two year's experience making knitted objects. I enjoyed the book, Sock Soar..., primarily because Ms. Read morePublished on Sept. 13 2003 by Mark J. Schuyler
I found some of the instructions very confusing and difficult to follow. If I'd made socks before, it probably would have been very clear, but since I'm a novice, it was quite a... Read morePublished on June 24 2003 by Amazon Customer