Stupid Sock Creatures: Making Quirky, Lovable Figures from Cast-off Socks

Front Cover
Sterling Publishing Company, 2005 - Crafts & Hobbies - 120 pages
4 Reviews
John Murphy's sock creations have been featured in such publications as the Washington Post and Readymade magazine. Crafters with a sense of humor, a taste for the weird, wacky, and way-out, and a hunger for the outrageous will find themselves captured by this wildly creative menagerie of sock monsters.

Possessed of irresistible charm, these creatures offer all the inspiration anyone needs to transform cast-off socks into wickedly funny toys. There's Claude with his perplexed expression and tiny tail that stands at full attention. Jordan's always on the prowl; he's got three eyes, so nothing escapes him. And there's something really odd about Estelle. Maybe it's her silly conical head balanced precariously on four tiny feet--or perhaps it's just that she's always sticking out her bright red tongue. Great instructions and charming illustrations make it easy to bring these unique personalities to life. A Selection of the Crafters Choice Book Club.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - librarybrandy - LibraryThing

Great directions, with patterns that are very adaptable so that you're not making the same four creatures in the book over and over. The first half of the book is the basics--how to make arms, tails ... Read full review

Amazing!

User Review  - Sock Friendly - Borders

This book is great for making your own little sock creatures! Even for a novice sewer like me, it was fun and easy! There are millions of different combinations you can make while recycling your old socks! So you don't have to rush out to buy new fabric or trimmings! This book is magnificent! Read full review

Contents

Jordan
Sewing
Attaching the Limbs
Making a Neck or a Neck
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information