December 03, 2017


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Chris has always had a thing for "fun socks" especially during the Holiday season. His ideal Christmas Photo would be all three of us (our baby, Landon) decked in Holiday pajamas and fun cozy socks for a family Christmas photo. I surprised him this year with these photos. I wish he could be here with us but is away on military orders. Actually, all of you are apart of the surprise! I sent him these photos and asked him not to open the envelope until he saw this blog post! I told him he has a pair here waiting for him. Solmate Socks

Once Chris saw the socks he said “THESE ARE PERFECT FOR YOU! You never wear matched socks.” Anyone who knows me knows this is true. I usually don’t wear socks, except during the winter walking around the house. Naturally, if I am walking around our own home, then who cares if they matched? Right? Anyway, now I can stop driving Chris crazy and wear socks that are purposely mismatched. 😁
Nonetheless, I am jumping on the bandwagon and getting in the spirit. We have spiced up our sock selections for the Holiday spirit. It's just something festivity to do! Solmate Socks reminds me of a whimsical and festive style for adults, children and babies. I use to always wear black or white and it is amazing what color can do to get in the spirit on everyday life. F.Y.I. Their socks are Eco-friendly, knit with recycled yarn, and Solmate Socks strives to abide by a zero-waste!

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COMPANY BACKGROUND: Marianne Wakerlin started Solmate Socks in 2000 in the spare bedroom of her house in rural Vermont. She had been handknitting these socks as gifts for friends and family for 20 years and wanted to turn it into a business. She found a small, family-owned knitting mill in North Carolina that could partner with to knit her patterns. In 2004 her son and daughter-in-law started working in the family business, and then at the end of 2014 Marianne retired. The business is now on its second generation of the family and is owned and run by Lisa and Randy. It will always have roots in Vermont where it started, but it is now headquartered in Portland, Oregon. This brand thinks of themselves as textile artists & crafts people, and they take great pride in all that they do. They are passionate about sharing their designs, patterns, and love of color.

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