Sockupied Fall 2015
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Sockupied Fall 2015
The all-new Sockupied Fall 2015 is here! Six brand-new sock knitting patterns are compiled into one digital magazine for your knitting enjoyment. Plus, Donna Druchunas describes the rich sock-knitting history in the Baltic States, and editor Amy Palmer introduces knitters to our featured designer Debbie O'Neill's bright knitting life.
Patterns included in this issue:
- A Walk in the Woods Socks by Debbie O'Neill: These top-down socks combine texture and lace to form leaf-inspired columns that travel down these knee high socks.
- Hominy Socks by Marie Godsey: A simple stitch pattern moves down the leg to the sole in these easy top-down socks. This is a perfect beginner sock knitting pattern.
- Checkers Socks by Mone Dräger: Clever sock knitting construction makes this combination of stranded colorwork and textured stitches possible. Knit these socks from the top down.
- Electrostatic Lines by Jennifer Raymond: Zigzags arc up the legs of the fun and colorful toe-up knee socks.
- Riband Socks by Heidi Nick: Cables and colorful yarns combine to create one-of-a-kind socks. This top-down sock pattern is our One Sock, Two Ways feature for this issue.
- Gladys Thompson Socks by Kate Atherley: This exclusive sock pattern was inspired by gansey stitch patterns and originally slated for Kate's new book, Custom Socks but was cut for space, so we're publishing the pattern in this issue of Sockupied! You won't get this clever sock-kntiting pattern anywhere else—Kate devised instructions to knit these socks either from the toe-up or top-down.
Download your copy of Sockupied Fall 2015 today and get started knitting!
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- I'm very disappointed at how Sockupied has gone downhill. Instead of being an interactive eMagazine with embedded videos, website links, interesting articles etc - it has become just a PDF series of sock patterns. I decided to give it 2 stars, as at least the sock patterns are there. (Posted on 9/27/2015)