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American Sock Knitting by Beth Moriarty

American Sock Knitting

by Beth Moriarty

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American Sock Knitting celebrates America's beauty with thirteen sock patterns inspired by the designers' favorite places. The designs pay tribute to the maze of the Jersey Turnpike, the butterflies and wildflowers of the North Carolina High Country, the majestic crags and colors of the Grand Canyon, Montana's Big Sky country, and nine other American treasures. the designs feauture lace, cables, beading, colorwork and embroidery. Cuff down or toe up, sock knitters will have a hard time choosing which to knit first!

Also included are five classic American regional recipes from the author, travelogues, and the designers' stories of their inspiration. So grab your needles and come along on an knitting tour of the U.S.A.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:24:48 -0400)

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