I’ve lumped these two books together and I’m putting them into the category of “why are these in my library?”. I have NO idea of where they came from or why I have them. I went through a period of being very interested in sock knitting so – maybe?
I think the info in both books outstanding, but the designs and the colors are not to my liking. From the back covers, you can begin to see why I’ve decided to move these two books off my shelves.
From sock yarn to sock basic to tables for sizing socks for women, men and children, Charlene Church’s attention to detail is evident.
Again, technical sections are really well done.
Including stitches that make sense for sock knitting is a plus in both books.
While I didn’t care for the color combos of the socks, these charts are well done and easy to follow. See some examples below.
If you are a sock knitter or what to be one, these books published in 2005 and 2007 would be perfect. I’m going to have to live without them!