Just Socks

Just Socks

Favorite Patterns to Knit and Crochet

Book - 2007
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Plain and functional, the average sock is more necessary than accessory. But Lion Brand Yarn: Just Socks transforms this often overlooked footwear into a personal statement with patterns for unique socks like colorful Autumn Roadside Socks, Fair Isle Heart Socks, and toasty Moccasin Slippers. Anything but basic, these socks are fun to make and fun to wear. Just Socks features:
- projects for women, men, and children
- 30 original designs to knit and crochet
- easy-to-follow instructions and diagrams
- colorful photographs and clear illustrations
Ranging in skill level from simple to challenging, and varying in stitches and styles, these innovative designs teach both knitters and crocheters how to make socks with personality and provide a fun and interesting challenge.
Lion Brand Yarn's Just . . . series features a wide variety of portable and popular projects. Edited by experts at this venerable institution, these single-subject books appeal to knitters and crocheters of all levels of expertise. Other titles in this series include Lion Brand Yarn: Just Bags, Lion Brand Yarn: Just Gifts, Lion Brand Yarn: Just Hats, Lion Brand Yarn: Just Scarves, and Lion Brand Yarn: Just Wraps.
Publisher: New York : Potter Craft, c2007
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780307345950
Branch Call Number: 746.43 JUST
Characteristics: 112 p. : col. ill. ; 19 cm


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Feb 13, 2014

This book has some cute sock patterns; however, I checked it out as I was looking for a pattern for children's socks, and contrary to the cover photo, which appears to be a little girl wearing cute socks, the pictured socks, as well as all the socks in the book, are adult-sized socks.

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