Secret Garden | House Sock & Winter Sock

  • Soft as a summer rain

    My Secret Garden colorway was created for my free sock pattern, Garden Sprinkles. It's a soft garden green, pale and ethereal, with random sprinkles of summer earth, bark, and deep rich rose. It's a bit glossier on my Winter Sock base and a bit more matte on House Sock. Both are gorgeous to knit with and will create the socks you'll reach for again and again.

    Available on:

    Little Skein House Sock (bottom skein)
    90% superwash American Targhee wool, 10% nylon
    410 yards | 100 grams
    3-ply construction


    Little Skein Winter Sock (top skein)
    55% superwash Merino wool, 20% kid mohair, 25% nylon
    430 yards | 100 grams
    4-ply construction

    Colorway: Secret Garden

    Inspiration: Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

    Yarn details and care instructions on the tabs (above).

  • House Sock is a robust fingering weight yarn. You might find that it knits up a bit more plush than other sock yarns.

    • House Sock is composed of 90% Targhee wool and 10% nylon.

    • Ideal for socks, mitts, and hats where you prefer a bit of body, rather than drape.

    Targhee is one of the newer sheep breeds and its wool is three-quarters fine wool (like merino) and one-quarter long wool, making it a wonderful combination of soft and strong.

    • Read more about the Targhee sheep's fascinating history here.

    • For socks, aim for a gauge of 7.5 to 8 stitches per inch, which is usually achieved with a needle size of 2.25mm to US size 2 (2.75mm).

    Beauty in difference. Each skein is dyed by hand in small batches of just 4 or 5 skeins. There will be variations in color intensity and placement. We think that’s part of what makes each skein perfect – they’re not identical. If you will be using more than 1 skein in your project, alternate skeins to blend any color differences.

  • Machine or hand wash, and always air dry.

    House Sock can be machine washed on a delicate cycle with a gentle wool wash and cold-water rinse.

    Depending on the difference in chemistry between your local water and mine, there may be some color bleeding in the wash process. Washing and rinsing in cold water will help to minimize this. If you prefer to wash your socks in warm water, I recommend adding a color catcher to the wash. You can learn more about how water affects color in this article in the June 2018 issue of Spin Off magazine.

    Always let your socks air dry to prevent shrinking and to keep them looking their best.

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