In honour of Canada's sesquicentennial birthday this year, I've released Canada Deh! , possibly the most Canadian sock ever made!
Stephanie from Knitley Road and have been on a mission to make a very Canadian sock to commemorate Canada ’s 150th birthday. The fibre is sourced from Canadian sheep and processed in a Canadian Mill. It ’s then dyed by a Canadian Dyer (Stephanie at Knitley Road) and she mails it to me, a Canadian knitwear designer and knitter.
Canada Deh! Is worked from the top down and features a charted maple leaf that can be worked using either intarsia in the round or fair isle. The sock features a short row heel and traditional wedge toe.