Review: Sock Yarn One-Skein Wonders

Knitting a pair of socks are next on my list to learn. This weekend while organizing, I realized that I have a ton of scarves and shawls but very socks. In fact, I had to resort to putting on a pair of my daughter’s socks for warmth.

The Yarn Blabber

Sock Yarn One-Skein Wonders by Judith Durant. Storey Publishing, 2012. 288 pages. Digital formats also available. Grade: A

I am sock yarn’s number 1 fan. I think it’s fun to buy a random skein of it here and there. Obviously, I had to have this book. It has not disappointed me. Although it’s true that I have yet to make anything out of this book, the time when I will in fact knit up something featured in the collection is approaching. As a matter of fact, a long time ago I bought some orange Spud and Chloe 4-ply yarn with one pattern in mind, which is the “Candleglow Scarf.”

This book is different from others in the One-Skein Wonder series because all of the patterns call for the same type of yarn. So, instead of grouping the patterns by weight they are grouped by the usual categories: socks, scarves, shawls…

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Author: lawlovely

I am a creative person that loves all things fiber related. I love learning new ways to make textiles that add to our lifestyles. As a lifelong learner, I believe in passing along my knowledge to others so that they may do the same.