The Twisted Sisters Sock Workbook

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Interweave Press, Oct 1, 2002 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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With simple directions and tips on how to dye, paint, spin, and knit yarn to create authentic socks, this book offers all the information necessary to fashion socks with personality. Included are innovative patterns and tips for knitting socks with customized fit--even for all ten toes. Safe and easy directions are given on dyeing yarn from pour-dyeing methods to dyeing with Kool-Aid. With photos and illustrations of finished examples, sock patterns such as newborn socks and magic genie toe socks, and advice on how to create one-of-a-kind projects, it will appeal to all levels of knitters and spinners.

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Review: The Twisted Sisters Sock Workbook: Dyeing, Painting, Spinning, Designing, Knitting

User Review  - Kim - Goodreads

very fun! can't wait to try dying and spinning my own yarn! many little time! Read full review

Review: The Twisted Sisters Sock Workbook: Dyeing, Painting, Spinning, Designing, Knitting

User Review  - Bunny - Goodreads

Wow. Yeah, I can't do anything in this book. But if I could, this would be an excellent way to learn. Wow. Read full review


Working in an Intuitive Manner
a living room full of fiber for the Sisters
to dive into May there always be color 20 Cold Pour Dyeing

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Dyeing to Knit
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About the author (2002)

Lynne Vogel is a prolific and creative knitter and spinner with a marvelous sense of color. She has authored articles in Threads that were included in Colorful Knitwear Design published by Taunton Press and has been a needlepoint designer and painter for A Stitch in Time in San Marino, California. Lynne is an active participant in today’s fiber community and encourages people at all levels to pursue their craft with passion and commitment. She lives in Sewanee, Tennessee, with her husband James and two Australian Shepherds, Bailey and Monk, and spends loads of time outdoors with them gathering colorful inspirations.

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