The editors of Spin-Off magazine have compiled a 45-page electronic book featuring 8 sock patterns from back issues of Spin-Off for your spinning and knitting pleasure. Knitting diva, Ann Budd, works with two spinners to create a basic (but not too simple) sock pattern that can be adapted for any size foot. Janel Laidman, author of the Eclectic Sole (and other books) shares her genius for spinning fractal stripes in socks. Kristi Schueler's three sock patterns will challenge intermediate spinners and knitters -and your feet will thank you for the effort. If you go through handknitted socks like they grow on trees, then you might want to consider getting a circular sock-knitting machine. Susan Forsyth has figured out how to spin sock yarn that works in her sock-knitting machine. Perhaps you're dabbling in dyeing and want to make self-striping socks? Paula Egbert maps it out with a simple technique for dyeing your handspun yarn. If you're intimidated by turning the heel, consider making Anklettos -frilly ankle coverings that use a very small amount of yarn. From everyday socks to a Christmas Stocking, you'll find what you need to spin the right kind of yarn for knitting socks. But beware, spinning and knitting socks can form an obsession from which it is hard to recover.