Toe-Up 2-at-a-Time Socks: Yet Another Revolution in Knitting Two at Once on One Circular Needle! Includes 15 New Sock Patterns

Toe-Up 2-at-a-Time Socks: Yet Another Revolution in Knitting Two at Once on One Circular Needle! Includes 15 New Sock Patterns

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by Melissa Morgan-Oakes
     
 

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Knit two socks at a time, while working from the toe up! In this delightful guide, Melissa Morgan-Oakes shares her revolutionary knitting technique that allows you to try on the socks as you work, avoid running out of yarn, and steer clear of the dreaded Kitchener stitch to finish off the toes. You can apply this exciting new technique to absolutely any sock

Overview

Knit two socks at a time, while working from the toe up! In this delightful guide, Melissa Morgan-Oakes shares her revolutionary knitting technique that allows you to try on the socks as you work, avoid running out of yarn, and steer clear of the dreaded Kitchener stitch to finish off the toes. You can apply this exciting new technique to absolutely any sock pattern to help you to knit fabulous, perfectly formed pairs of socks for the whole family.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781603422840
Publisher:
Storey Books
Publication date:
05/17/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
176
Sales rank:
181,003
File size:
8 MB

Meet the Author

Melissa Morgan-Oakes learned as a child to crochet, tat, and sew without commercial patterns. When her children were small, she created award-winning sewn and crocheted garments. Melissa later taught herself to spin and knit, so she brings the perspective of a self-taught knitter to her innovative methods. She now teaches and designs patterns for WEBS, America's Yarn Store. Melissa lives in western Massachusetts with her family.

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Toe-Up 2-at-a-Time Socks 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
reader1030 More than 1 year ago
I downloaded this book and promptly started to knit the sample pair of socks. I immediately ran into difficulties and as a fairly new knitter, I blamed myself. Frustrated, I decided to browse the hard cover edition in my local B&N to see if I could understand it better. TURNS OUT THAT THE BOOK HAS 170+ PAGES, NOT THE 52 WHICH SHOWED UP ON MY NOOK. To make a long story short, I ended up buying the hard cover edition and I am now finishing my second PAIR of socks. The author's method works beautifully, even for this novice knitter. Because the book is wonderful and the Nook edition not so much, I gave the book an overall rating of 4 stars; (the actual book gets a solid 5 stars). Forget about wasting the $9.99 on the Nook edition, spring for the $17 hard cover and ENJOY!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In the book it says see page 167,but book only goes to 57. And it is not the sample, I purcased the entire book.
DrTina More than 1 year ago
I have both of the sock books by Melissa and love her way of presenting the information. I have a doctorate degree, but reading patterns, let's just say, is not my forte. But with her tutelage I can get the pattern done and it looks great. Thanks Melissa, Dr. Tina
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I dont remember, but i asked you about late/ absence policy in ur school. Probobly a fish face. Or kiss face ;)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok what face did u make at me that first night we talked?
WordsofTruth More than 1 year ago
Melissa's first book taught me how to knit socks and I was hooked.  Now, the toe-up method is even more efficient, and I am thoroughly enjoying knitting socks.  Sooooo glad my husband bought me this book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One star because the Nook version is only 57 pages, but references all 100+ pages. I called customer service and got a refund. I'll get the hardcopy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoy the patterns and the two at a time concept. Patterns are great and the stitch graphs are easy to follow. Don't particularly like/enjoy the cast on method - doesn't come out as smooth as I would want so I have adapted one of my own. Once you get the method down, very easy to transfer to other projects - mittens, warmers, etc. Ms. Melissa is a genius.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Toe up allows for a lot more options and doing two at the same time makes keeping sock size consistent a lot easier. Not to mention when you are done, you're done- not just moving on to the second sock.
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dsimp4 More than 1 year ago
This book is a MUST have for all sock knitters.