Crocheted Socks!: 16 Fun-to-stitch Patterns

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Martingale, 2003 - Crafts & Hobbies - 64 pages
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If you thought handmade socks were just for knitters, think again! This wonderful collection of crocheted socks range in style from fun to fashionable.
Sixteen sock patterns are each given in a variety of sizes for both women and men
Try ribbed, cabled, or lacy designs, or give your socks a blast of color
Learn how to crochet socks that mimic the luxurious look and feel of knitted socks

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Crocheted Socks: 16 Fun-To-Stitch Patterns

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Knitting socks may be all the rage right now, but there are many crocheters out there who would like to make socks for friends and family using a hook instead of knitting needles. For those folks ... Read full review

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I like this books be cause it has easy directions. I can make socks for everyone in thefamily. Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Janet Rehfeldt has been knitting and crocheting since the age of seven. She is the owner of Knitted Threads Designs, LLC. As an instructor, designer, and author, she teaches on both a local and national level. Her work has been featured in magazines such as "Cast On", "Crochet Today!", and "Crochet!" as well as in several Martingale publications.

Mary Jane Wood has been crocheting nonstop for more than 30 years. She teaches at workshops and conferences, and her designs have been featured in numerous publications.

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