1850’s Traditional Pattern Victorian Hand Knitted Scottish Shooting Socks
Hand knitted bespoke Scottish shooting socks made in a wide range of colours to the clients requirements. This 1850’s pattern was popular on the West coast of Scotland in the 1840 – 1850’s. Perfect for that Victorian Scotland period look and Highlanders of Scotland by Kenneth MacLeay watercolour portrait style. Hand knitted in two shades of wool by own Highland knitter at The House of Labhran.
Hand-Knitting on four needles in the Highlands of Scotland. This tradition dates back to the fourteenth century and was passed on to our knitter by her great aunt. Each pair of kilt hose takes a minimum of three week to knit. This tradition of hand knitting was passed from generation to generation. All our kilt hose are bespoke and we run a made to order list. To discuss your colour requirements please email us and current time on orders. Fully shaped back with back seam, these are a very traditional shooting hose that need to be worn with garters.
100% hand knitted in the Highlands of Scotland by our own knitter – Reinforced grafted toe and turned heal – The yarn is of a wool rich mix, to give a softness and durability.
Hand wash only – lay flat to dry