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Forums > Tips and Sharing: New Crocheters' & Knitters
RE: Knitting socks.
Posted by: Valerie Collins (IP Logged)
Date: September 23, 1999 04:16AM

Carrie Anne,
There is an American School of Needlework book called LEARN TO KNIT
SOCKS. I've seen it in several catalogs. It's in Annie's Attic,p.12, order #831660
for $6.95. Another book is The Sock Book(socks for the whole family), order #831161 for $5.99. But the first book seems to be for beginners.There phone
number is 1-800-582-6643, 8a.m.-5p.m.(CST), Mon.-Sat.Their web site is Have fun, Val.

Subject Written By Posted
  Knitting socks. Carrie Anne 08/23/1999 08:48PM
  RE: Knitting socks. Niki Hollingsworth 08/24/1999 04:17PM
  ARE there any easy sock patterns? Niki Hollingsworth 08/25/1999 01:04PM
  RE: ARE there any easy sock patterns? Laura 09/13/1999 05:18PM
  RE: Knitting socks. Valerie Collins 09/23/1999 04:16AM

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