Folk Socks

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Interweave Press, Oct 1, 1994 - Crafts & Hobbies - 112 pages
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Eighteen patterns for handsome knicker socks, sturdy boot socks, lively Birkenstock socks, lacy stockings, kilt hose, cabled socks, clocked socks, and more are at the heart of this charming book inspired by a host of folk knitting traditions from Europe and the British Isles.

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User Review  - MJSaylor - LibraryThing

I used this book to learn how to knit socks. Very helpful, very informative, I still refer to it from time to time. Has wonderful information concerning technique as well as some wonderful patterns to apply what you have learned. I highly recommend. Read full review

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User Review  - TheLibraryhag - LibraryThing

Nancy Bush talked me into making my first pair of socks back when she had time to run her store in Salt Lake City. This book is a great book, not just for patterns but also as a technique reference. Read full review

Contents

FROM HIDE TO HOSE The origins of the socle
7
LOOPED FABRICS AND THE LEGWEAR OF QUEENS The beginnings of knitting and knitted hose
11
KNITTING IN GREAT BRITAIN A way of working and a way of life
17
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Knitting Answer Book
Margaret Radcliffe
No preview available - 2006

About the author (1994)

Nancy Bush teaches workshops for guilds, shops, and at conferences throughout the United States, Canada, and Northern Europe. She is the author of Folk Socks, Folk Knitting in Estonia, Knitting on the Road, Knitting Vintage Socks, and Knitted Lace of Estonia. Nancy lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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