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Old 10-13-2007, 11:43 AM   #1
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"Sockitectures" question for seasoned sock-knitters
I am knitting my first sock using Cat Bordhi's book "New Pathways for Sock Knitters".

Since I know nothing about other sock books (except the first one I bought, which did not help me) or about how most people knit socks, I don't know how novel or ingenious these designs are. Is there anyone reading this post who is well-versed in sock-knitting and who has given her book a thorough going over who could tell me if her "sockitectures" are original and new or if they are established sock-knitting techniques which she is presenting in a way which is particularly effective in teaching me?
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A. Dumbledore, Book One, Chapter 12
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