Nina Granlund Sæther is back, this time with the follow-up to her best seller Mittens. In Socks From Norway, we travel once again through Norway's countryside and it's knitting traditions – this time while keeping our feet warm. In this book you'll find fascinating stories about the origins of the various socks, archive images from museums around the country, and plenty of instructions for socks for the whole family. Books about knitted accessories are always popular; socks are perfect gifts, easily knitted and useful all year round. Socks from Norway features socks from all the different counties, so whether you want to knit your way round the country – getting to know the various techniques and traditions – or just want to knit a special gift for someone, this book is a very good place to start. The book includes 41 sock patterns for ladies, gentlemen and children, with large, clear diagrams and beautiful pictures.
Nina Granlund Sæther is a journalist and editor. She trained as an arts and crafts teacher and has written several books on handcraft. She contributes patterns to the weekly press and gives lessons on knitting.