Sol Socks children and infants come in 4 luscious color-ways!
Childrens come as a "pair with a spare" (3 socks) $18.99.

Infants come as 2 pair and a spare. $18.99.

Adults are just the "ordinary" pair (2 socks). $16.99

Adult sizes (women's shoe sizes) Small (6-8), Medium (8-10), Large (10-12)

Childrens sizes Small (3-5 yrs), Medium (6-8 yrs), Large (9-12 yrs)

Infant sizes Small (6-12 months), Medium (12-24 months)

80% Cotton, 19% Nylon, 1% Lycra



"Jellybeans"

"Gumballs"

"Popsicles"

"Lollipops"

"Bluebells"

"Carnations"

"Pansies"

"Zinnias"

"Raspberries"

"Firefly"

"Dragonfly"

"Butterfly"

"October Morning"

"Daffodil"

"Tulip"

"name"

"Crocus"



Our cotton socks are knit in the USA from recycled cotton yarns that are custom made for these particular socks.

The yarns are created by recovering the scraps from the production of other cotton products, mainly t-shirts. All of the little cotton scraps are gathered together and ground up so that they can be spun into yarns for Solmate Socks. The yarns are then knit into our colorful socks. Yarns are 80% cotton, with 19% nylon and 1% lycra added for durability and stretch.

Our recycled yarns are certified by Made in Green (www.madeingreen.com) and Oeko-Tex (www.oekotex.com). This means that the materials we use are certified to be free from harmful substances (i.e. toxins like formaldehyde), made with respect for the environment and with respect for human rights.


About the artist.

Marianna Wakerlin, The Socklady, is founder and owner of Solmate Socks. Her history with knitting goes back to her mother, Sunny, who taught her to knit. Years later, Marianne picked up her knitting needles again and began creating mismatched socks for her friends and family.

"I found it exhilarating, designing a pair of socks that didn't match and were knit in random patterns with multiple colors". Within a few years Marianna had knit over one hundred pairs of socks for family and friends, and she decided to turn her hobby into a business.

The company is run in the Socklady's hometown in central Vermont. Her colorful and complex patterns are knit in the USA at a small family owned knitting mill, then finished and inspected by hand before finally being mismatched with their 'solmate.'