Sock Knitting RSS Feeds
Site - youtube.com/channel/UCHO5..
About Site - Knitting designer and sock maker, obsessed with the DarK art of Double-Knitting, Nathan is known all over social media as Sockmatician. This channel is for episodes of the Sockmatician Podcast, as well as being a home for his clear and detailed video tutorials, demonstrating some of the more unusual techniques used in some of his pattern designs.
Site - simplysockyarn.typepad.com
About Site - I'm Allison. My grandmother, Eloise, taught me to knit nearly 25 years ago when I was 7 or 8 years old. The first thing I made was a misshapen headband to hold my hair back while I washed my face. In 2005, I started Simply Socks Yarn Company. Before that, I consistently bought much of my stash online and couldn't really find a site that catered to my new obsession, sock knitting.
Site - suffolksocks.com/blog
About Site - My name is Julie and I love to knit socks. I’m from Northumberland and relocated to Suffolk many years ago. My love of sock knitting began when I owned a bricks and mortar wool shop and lots of ladies were coming in for sock yarn, in ignorance I thought are they mad! This blog will be about knitting and crafting.
Site - verypink.com/category/socks
About Site - VeryPink offers knitting patterns and video tutorials from Staci Perry. Short technique videos and longer pattern tutorials to take your knitting skills to the next level.
Site - winwickmum.co.uk
About Site - Award-winning creative lifestyle blog featuring the hugely popular free Sockalong sock-knitting tutorials for beginners – let the fun begin! I'm Christine. I live in Winwick, a small village in Cheshire, and this is where I write about what makes me happy: my family, knitting, gardening, home-making, enjoying the outdoors. I hope your visit makes you happy too!
Site - onlysocks.blogspot.com
About Site - I am a wife, the mother of four grown sons, and nana to five grandchildren. I work part-time as a librarian/ archivist at a university library. I enjoy knitting socks, hats, mittens and other items for charity, reading, hand quilting, growing old-fashioned flowers, and bird watching.
Site - luvsockknitting.blogspot.com
About Site - I learned to knit as a child but abandoned it for more childlike activities. I started again as an adult and knit almost every day. Socks are my favorite thing to knit but I also am hooked on shawls, fingerless mitts, hats, and cowls. I like smaller projects that can be finished in a reasonable length of time.