Fireside, or Boot Socks, hand knit in worsted weight yarn from handspun Wool might
also be called garden socks, because their color, if not from the sheep, is from the dye producing plants grown in the garden or gleaned from the fields. These socks were the culmination of a summer's work, yielding much fun and great colors. For extra warmth and cushioning, there is lots of bulk and texture in the patterns.
Woodchopper Mittens are for warm hands and outdoor chores and activities. A single worsted cuff is joined by a second worsted yarn to knit from wrist to finger tips, forming a dense double knit fabric that sheds moisture and keeps fingers toasty.
Gently hand wash hand knitted garments using a mild detergent and warm water. After a thorough rinse, blot with a towel to remove excessive moisture, and lay flat to dry.
# 11 Woodchopper Mittens, handspun, hand knit of soft natural grey wool. A stripe of eyelash acrylic
yarn has been added for a splash of color, all the while maintaining soft warmth and comfort of
wool. Adult medium.
# 12 Woodchopper Mittens, handspun, hand knit of a Wensleydale Wool, silk and Mohair dyed with
commercial dyes purple, fuchia and royal blue. Created into a varegated batt of luscious
colors . Designed to match color with Zim Hat numbers 16, 17, 31. Size Adult large.
# 20 Woodchopper Mittens, handspun, hand knit of 100% natural color medium grey wool. Single
2-ply worsted yarn knit cuff is joined by second yarn producing a double knit for warmth and
cushoined comfort over the hands and fingers. Medium size, two pairs available.
# 24 Woodchopper Mittens, handspun, hand knit of 100% Wool. Soft wrist cuff of 2-ply worsted is
joined by a second yarn, producing a rugged, durable double knit for warmth and cushioned
comfort for the hands and fingers. Adult large.