Toe-Up 2-at-a-Time Socks Hardcover-spiral – May 7 2010
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About the Author
Melissa Morgan-Oakes learned as a child to crochet, tat, and sew without commercial patterns. When her children were small, she created award-winning sewn and crocheted garments. Melissa later taught herself to spin and knit, so she brings the perspective of a self-taught knitter to her innovative methods. She now teaches and designs patterns for WEBS, America's Yarn Store. Melissa lives in western Massachusetts with her family.
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Top Customer Reviews
I love it and to be able to knit a pair of socks at a time is a great thing for me. This book has a lot of different pattern styles, I noticed there was more here for a fancier sock knitter then for basic even though there is a couple basic socks. I love trying new designs so I really enjoyed this book. Lots of pics to help with the explanations of how to do things. I would suggest that you know a little about knitting and have knit socks ( even on dpn) before you try this book. I think it is more for a beginner and up then a novice. I also suggest to try a stretchy bind off, the ones in the book I tried weren't stretchy enough for me I like mine to be super stretchy, but that's just me. All in all I really enjoy this book and if you stick with it past the first couple cast on rows I think you'll enjoy it also. Happy Knitting :)
I was able to follow the photos and written instructions without hesitation.
I would most certainly recommend this book to anyone wishing to knit two socks at one time on one circular needle.
Most recent customer reviews
Just perfect but remember...practice makes perfect!!! Arrived fast was very happy.Published 4 months ago by Patricia Dion Pageau
I won't make sox any other way. No more second sock syndrome.Published 6 months ago by Milena Di Mascio
I am a beginner knitter and I found this book or should I say these instructions a bit confusing.Published 9 months ago by Christine Pirie
While the author knows her stuff, I found out afterward that these techniques were available for free, with video, online.Published on Oct. 14 2013 by Taiji Gramma
Good book. Information is concise and easily followed. Two at a time saves time, but one needs to keep one's wits about them.Published on June 18 2012 by Lee Goertzen