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Next Steps in Socks
Next Steps in Socks
Lucy Neatby
Step up your sock knitting by learning how to create a pair with unique patterned stitchwork.
Curiously Similar
Knit unique, comfy treats for any set of feet! Mix and match your favorite stitch patterns to create and chart customized, seamless sock designs.
JC Briar
JC Briar
Create socks perfectly fitted to the unique contours of any foot! Learn how to shape heels and toes using versatile methods you can mix and match.
Lara  Neel
Lara Neel
Double your knitting pleasure as author and designer Lucy Neatby teaches you a knitting technique you'’ll want to duplicate again and again.
Lucy Neatby
Lucy Neatby
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