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Knitting Socks from Around the World

by Kari Cornell

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A varied collection of socks by different designers. There is a pair of tvaandstrickning sock that are beautiful, traditionally styled - not fitted which I assume is traditional, and challenging; bohus-inspired socks that are very attractive and being worsted-weight, quick to knit; Gansey, Finnish, Norwegian, and Icelandic socks beautifully interpreted by illustrious designers; a couple of Estonian designs both of Nancy Bush's usual high standards; Scottish kilt hose and Sanquhar socks, both worthy to represent their traditions; and more. There are also just a few cringe-worthy designs, notably the "Chinese Zodiac Socks" , ill-fitting tabi socks with really poor calligraphy on the ankles. It really wouldn't hurt to omit some parts of the world from the sock-knitting compendium! ( )
  muumi | Feb 9, 2013 |
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This book collects 25 fantastic patterns for socks inspired by knitting traditions from around the world. Patterns from top designers including Star Athena, Beth Brown-Reinsel, Candace Eisner Strick, Chrissy Gardiner, Janel Laidman and Anna Zilboorg are featured, along with an introduction from Nancy Bush, author of Folk Socks.

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Presents twenty-five patterns for a variety of knitted socks from a around the world.

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