Last Updated on February 3, 2023 by Cheryl Moreo
MDK Field Guide No. 11 Wanderlust-Socks
MDK describes this Sock Guide as “The essential introduction to one of knitting’s greatest pleasures: the handknit sock. From the master of mix-and-match design, Wendy Bernard, this guide comes with all you need to knit beautiful socks. With this little book and a skein of delicious yarn, you’re set for knitterly adventure.”Mason-Dixon Knitting Field Guide No. 11 Wanderlust-Socks by Kay Gardiner, Ann Shayne, Wendy Bernard
Published by Modern Knitting Media on 2019
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Modern Daily Knitting Field Guide - No. 11 Wanderlust is the perfect traveling companion with its focus on the ultra-portable knitted sock. Wendy Bernard brings her expertise to the mix-and-match patterns in this guide and provides you with both toe-up and cuff-down construction options. In addition, she instructs you to customize your perfect sock by adding a distinctive flourish to your project.
When I discovered this Guide, I knew I needed to share my find. MDK has been publishing various guides on knitting. You can check the Guides out here: “Field Guides-Little books that explore the big world of knitting. It’s the series that is captivating knitters all over. Start your collection now.”
This Sock Guide is the perfect size to fit into your knitting bag or go-everywhere bag.
The central theme of this Guide is traveling. What better knitting on-the-go project than socks. While traveling, haven’t you been guilty of picking up that wonderful new sock yarn. Whether you knit top down or toe up, you will find this guide indispensable.
The author includes instructions for the kitchener stitch, so you will always have it handy.
Topics covered in this Guide:
- Cuff-down Socks
- Kitchener Stitch
- Souvenir Yarns
- Toe-up Socks
- All-over Stitch Patterns
- Panel Stitch Patterns
- A Chart to Make Socks without a Pattern
I purchased this book from MDK. I am not an associate or affiliate of MDK.
I gave this book five stars because I love this Guide.
Looking for more sock books for your reference library? Read my post, “7 Best Basic Sock Knitting Books.”