Synopses & Reviews
Charlene Schurch and Beth Parrott invite knitters to stay close-knit using patterns from sock clubs everywhere! In today's knitting community, socks are hot--they're small, inexpensive, quick to finish, and completely portable. With this collection of 23 patterns, knitters of all skill levels will find something to tickle them down to their (sock-covered) toes!
- Discover unique patterns from local and Internet yarn stores as well as indie dyers and designers
- Learn techniques including top-down and toe-up knitting, various heel construction methods, cable and lace patterning, embellishing, and customizing sock sizing
- Enjoy a sense of connection and camaraderie with others in the knitting world
About the Author
Charlene Schurch is the author of a growing number of knitting books and numerous magazine articles about knitting and spinning. Her articles have appeared in Vogue Knitting
, Interweave Knits
, and SpinOff
. She divides her time between Connecticut and Florida.
Although Beth Parrott has been knitting for more than 60 years, until recently she designed socks and other garments only for family and for charity projects. She loves to teach and is an avid collector of tricks-of-the-trade and tidbits of information that make knitting easier. She works, plays, knits, and teaches in Charleston, South Carolina.