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Best Sock Knitting Books Reviewed & Ranked

Until you’ve consumed all of the best Sock Knitting books, can you even claim to be a true fan?

The Big Book of Socks: The Ultimate Beyond-the-Basics Guide to Knitting Socks (2009)

 Best Sock Knitting Books Reviewed & RankedWelcome to Kathleen Taylor’s latest knitting extravaganza – a sock party in a book! The author of the best-selling Knit One, Felt Too and I Heart Felt is back with everything you ever wanted to know about socks, with 75 patterns to prove it. The Big Book of Socks is chock full of Kathleen Taylor’s fun and fabulous designs for knitters of all ages and skill levels. There’s something for everyone from stripes to cables to lace to intarsia and Fair Isle.
Author(s): Kathleen Taylor

Custom Socks: Knit to Fit Your Feet (2015)

 Best Sock Knitting Books Reviewed & RankedWhether you knit them toe-up or top-down, getting just the right fit on hand knit socks can be a major challenge! In Custom Socks, Kate Atherley sets out to teach knitters of all levels the skills and tools they need to understand sock fit, and to knit a pair of socks that fit properly.
Author(s): Kate Atherley

Socks from the Toe Up: Essential Techniques and Patterns from Wendy Knits (2009)

 Best Sock Knitting Books Reviewed & RankedDiscover a new approach to sock knitting with Wendy D. Johnson and Socks from the Toe Up. This approach, made famous by her popular blog WendyKnits.net, will turn even the most reluctant knitter into a toe-up nut. Knitting a sock from the toe up saves yarn and always gives a perfect fit. And? No grafting! Wendy provides all the how-tos, tips, and techniques you need, as well as the pros and cons behind all of the cast-on, toe, heel, and bind-off options, gleaned from her years of experience.
Author(s): Wendy D. Johnson

New Directions In Sock Knitting: 18 Innovative Designs Knitted From Every Which Way (2016)

 Best Sock Knitting Books Reviewed & RankedTake a step in a new direction!Go beyond top-down or toe-up construction in New Directions in Sock Knitting. In the eighteen designs curated by knitting super star Ann Budd, you'll be treated to projects that range from traditional sock patterns to more challenging and innovative sock constructions.
Author(s): Ann Budd

Sock Architecture (2014)

 Best Sock Knitting Books Reviewed & RankedSock Architecture is perfect for both experienced and novice sock knitters. This thorough, imaginative collection of sock shapes and patterns gives you the tools to construct an astounding variety of custom socks. All heels and toes are carefully explained and clearly photographed, and you can plug in your own numbers to work at the exact size and gauge you want. If you’d rather just pick up the needles and start knitting, Sock Architecture also includes 17 fully designed patterns.
Author(s): Lara Neel

Silk Road Socks: Socks Inspired by Oriental Rugs (2017)

 Best Sock Knitting Books Reviewed & RankedUpdated, expanded, and finally back in print, this delightful new edition of Silk Road Socks features sixteen intricate patterns inspired by oriental rugs.
Author(s): Hunter Hammersen

Footnotes: Sock Patterns Inspired By Words (2019)

 Best Sock Knitting Books Reviewed & RankedFootnotes is a book of eleven unique, cuff-down sock patterns inspired by a words. These patterns are clearly written, well-edited and test knit to ensure you have a relaxing, enjoyable experience while you knit your next favourite pair of socks! Each design includes instructions for multiple circumferences, and the foot length is customizable.
Author(s): Dana Gervais

Knitting Socks For Beginners: Quick and Easy Way to Master Sock Knitting in 3 Days (2017)

 Best Sock Knitting Books Reviewed & RankedUnsure where to start as you try to knit your first pair of socks? Discover an easy-to-follow system that will help you finish your first project in just three days.Are you a beginning knitter who’s confused about which stitches, needles, and yarns to use? Are you clueless when it comes to terms like “cast on” and “purl”? Author Emma Brown learned to knit sitting at her grandmother’s feet.
Author(s): Emma Brown

I Can’t Believe I’m Knitting Socks (Leisure Arts #4083) (2007)

 Best Sock Knitting Books Reviewed & RankedCozy, comfy, colorful socks–with this book, knitting them by the dozens is incredibly easy! Make them cabled or plain, striped or solid, ribbed, lacy, or laddered. Wear them with your favorite clogs, pair them with jeans or skirts, or let them replace your fussy old house shoes. You’ll fly through our helpful hints and photos to create an entire wardrobe of indispensable tootsie-warmers in three sizes for women.
Author(s): Cynthia Guggemos

Colorful Knit Soxx: 26 Sock Patterns for Warm, Happy Feet (2019)

 Best Sock Knitting Books Reviewed & RankedBright, colorful socks to knit!The 26 designs in this book will ramp your sock knitting from ho-hum to WOW! Each pair of socks is a masterpiece of luscious color, but the repeating patterns ensure that the knitting is still relaxing and easy to track. Divided into five color sections–bright, maritime, natural, pastel, and classic retro–there are patterns to please every taste.
Author(s): Kerstin Balke

Teach Yourself VISUALLY Sock Knitting (2008)

 Best Sock Knitting Books Reviewed & RankedSocks are portable, fun to knit, and quick to complete—and they make great gifts. This step-by-step guide walks you through all the techniques used to knit beautiful socks—from buying yarn to working on double-pointed needles, from turning a heel to grafting a toe. It covers knitting socks top-down, toe-up, and flat, explains how to create various heels and toes, and gives you a dozen original patterns for everything from baby booties to knee socks.
Author(s): Laura Chau

Knitting Circles around Socks: Knit Two at a Time on Circular Needles (2007)

 Best Sock Knitting Books Reviewed & RankedWhy knit one sock and then start all over again to make a match? Instead, knit two socks at the same time on two circular needles! With this creative approach, you can slip a sock on each foot as soon as you bind off. #429,364 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #627 in Needlework (Books) #828 in Fashion (Books) #699 in Fashion Craft Would you like to ?If you are a seller for this product, would you like to ?
Author(s): Antje Gillingham

How to Knit Socks: Three Methods Made Easy (2008)

 Best Sock Knitting Books Reviewed & RankedThis book focuses on teaching knitters all three methods of knitting socks, using step-by-step photos and a series of helpful hints and tips. The basic designs are given in three sizes for children, women and men and are made with a popular self-striping yarn. Includes seven different sock designs. 48 pages, softcover.
Author(s): Edie Eckman

Best Sock Knitting Books Reviewed & Ranked

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Hygge style knitting: 9 cosy knitting patterns for sweaters, socks, slippers and more

Author(s): Interweave Editors
ID: 2661221, Publisher: F+W Media;Sewandso;Interweave Press, Year: 2017, Size: 20 Mb, Format: epub

Sock-Yarn Shawls II: 16 Patterns for Lace Knitting: 2

Author(s): Lucas, Jen
ID: 2084110, Publisher: Martingale & Co Inc, Year: 2015, Size: 5 Mb, Format: epub

Sock-Yarn Shawls II 16 Patterns for Lace Knitting

Author(s): Jen Lucas
ID: 2094602, Publisher: Martingale & Co Inc, Year: 2015, Size: 12 Mb, Format: pdf

Please note that this booklist is not final. Some books are absolutely hot items according to Washington Post, others are written by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant resources you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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