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The Sock Knitter's Handbook

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The Sock Knitter's Handbook: Expert Advie, Tips, & Tricks

By Charlene Schurch and Beth Parrott

Provided by Martingale & Company

Reviewed by Audrey Huggett


This is probably the only book you’ll need to completely master socks.  In The Sock Knitter’s Handbook: Expert Advice, Trips, & Tricks, Charlene Schruch and Beth Parrott painstakingly examine every part of sock construction, from the cuff to toe.  They start with the architecture of the sock, move on to gauge, and then discuss each element of the sock in-depth.  I was incredibly impressed by the depth of The Sock Knitter’s Handbook when I was looking through it.  Schruch and Parrott examine every possible different technique for each part of the sock.  Color pictures set side by side further illustrate the differences between a French Heel and a Dutch Heel, for example.  

It’s clear that extensive knitting was done to create this book as well, since the sample socks have been helpfully knit in different colors to illustrate the differences between different techniques.  It’s the example socks that really set this book apart, for me.  The test socks clearly exhibit the differences between different techniques and show an attention to detail that speaks highly to the value of the book as a whole.  

The Sock Knitter’s Handbook will be an invaluable resource for any knitter hoping to focus on socks.  Knitters of all skill levels will find this book to be helpful; designers will find plenty of inspiration in the variety of techniques, while learning knitters will find detailed explanations of any technique they could hope to find.  If you have an interest in learning more about the noble sock, The Sock Knitter’s Handbook is a great resource to have on hand.


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