Hand Knitted Wool Socks

My kids love the Hand Knitted Wool Socks I make for them.  I always use 100% wool and try to buy the ones that are super wash for easy caring.   They love the way it hugs their feet in the winter and how well they keep their feet warm and toasty.  This is why I LOVE making them, I love it that my boys appreciate my work and the time I spend on each and every one of them!  : )

Hand Knitted Wool Socks

I used Cascades Heritage SILK PAINTS sock yarn Paradise Fibers, 100% Superwash Merino Wool.  This free pattern, “Most Basic Kid’s Socks” by Evelyn Skae was downloaded from Ravelry.

Cascade 128 Superwash Hand Knitted socks

The next two pairs of socks are made out of Lang Yarns Jawoll Aktion, 75% Superwash New Wool and 25% Nylon.  This free pattern, “Basic Socks” by Johanna Marsan at Jems Yarn Co. was downloaded from Ravelry.

Lang Yarns Jawoll Aktion yarn - hand knitted socks green

Hand Knitted socks - orange

I used Patons Kroy Sock Yarn Stripes, 75% Washable Wool and 25% Nylon.  This free pattern, “Basic Socks” by Johanna Marsan at Jems Yarn Co. was downloaded from Ravelry.

Patons Kroy Sock Yarn - Hand knitted socks

I’m looking forward to making more socks soon!

Hand Knitted Wool Socks

‘Till next time,

xox Lily.

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