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patterns worked from nancy bush book vintage socks - Ravelry: Rib and Cable Socks pattern by Nancy Bush


Oct 23, 2014 · Nancy Bush's "Knitting Vintage Socks" is a treasure trove of information on sock construction and patterns, as well as an interesting read. There's a little bit of history or trivia about each sock, and its involvement in the original pattern book Nancy sources from, which adds a 4.7/5(42). Nancy Bush's "Knitting Vintage Socks" is a treasure trove of information on sock construction and patterns, as well as an interesting read. There's a little bit of history or trivia about each sock, and its involvement in the original pattern book Nancy sources from, which adds a little extra to the mix.4.7/5(42).

Check out Nancy Bush’s Vintage Socks to Knit for the sock patterns above, plus 17 more for babies, children, women, and men, all reproduced from the Weldon’s needlework series. Nancy’s patterns are easy to follow, while retaining their Victorian charm. Get your heel on, Lisa Shroyer. Pattern Description from Interweave Knits, Fall 2005: “Nancy Bush has designed these classic socks to celebrate her upcoming book Knitting Vintage Socks (Interweave Press, 2005), a collection inspired by projects in Weldon’s Practical Needlework newsletters published in Great Britain between 1886 and the end of the 1920s. Many of the men’s socks and stockings of the time, like the ones 4.2/5(224).

Dec 16, 2008 · Nancy Bush says about these elegant socks, “These socks began with part of a simple lace pattern from an Estonian knitting book, and adding seed stitch columns between the lace pattern. The half-handkerchief heel shaping echoes the small “V” shapes in the openwork pattern, while the French toe shaping is a vintage technique from Weldon’s Practical Needlework.“4.3/5(90). 30+ Free Sock Patterns: {Knitting} Here’s a whopper of a list featuring over two dozen socks to knit, some are very simple and easy to make (perfect for beginners) while others are more intricate in their design. I also added a couple great resources at the bottom of the page that offer dozens more freebies.