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Roots socks by Clare Mountain Manipon

Roots were designed by Clare Mountain Manipon – otherwise known as Sister Mountain, using our very own Cuthbert’s Sock yarn.

They were originally designed to be part of a collection of modern, minimalist sock patterns tailored to all natural sock yarns from SOCKS 2018 which was published by Making Stories magazine.  The pattern is now available individually here (Ravelry Link)

Mohair is not only one of the cosiest fibres out there, it is also among the most durable ones. When paired with Wensleydale like in this Whistlebare yarn it makes the perfect base to showcase swirling cables, rib and moss stitch. The Roots Socks are going to keep you incredibly warm – and they’re definitely going to hold up!

Available in 3 Sizes they will take just one skein of our Cuthbert’s sock yarn.

Sample shown is knit in colourway Lady Lillard’s Tomb in a size 1.

Pattern available here (Ravelry link)

Please always swatch to check that you meet the gauge of the pattern, and adjust your needles if necessary. 

all photos credited to Clare Mountain Manipon. 

£30.00

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Our Cuthbert's Sock Full Skein yarn is currently available in the following colours:

How much yarn will I need?

1 skein of Cuthbert’s sock.

pattern not included.

Please always swatch to check that you meet the gauge of the pattern, and adjust your needles if necessary. 

Made with our Cuthbert's sock

Whistlebare’s own sock yarn, 80% mohair and 20% Wensleydale from our own goats and sheep, tightly twisted for hard working feet.

Mohair is the perfect fibre for socks. It has the highest rub test of any natural fibre so you don’t need nylon. Nothing is better for keeping cold feet warm and hot feet cool than natural fibres. Mohair and Wensleydale are very lustrous and smooth, meaning bacteria can’t get hold and so there is no smell! All round the perfect blend for active feet.

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