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Woollykins

*The Sock Darners* mending kit *Pre-order

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Currently available by Pre-Order. 6 weeks delivery from order. For orders with multiple items, items in stock will be held and sent in one shipment when all goods are available

Buy a pair of Adults socks, get 20% off our Sock Darner's Kit. Discount automatically applied at checkout!

A wonderful gift for sock lovers, wool lovers and Zero Wasters everywhere!  Learn the age old art of darning your socks. 

The Woollykins Sock Darning Kit, is now available. With a special limited edition plant dyed elderberry bento bag, made using dead stock cotton fabric salvaged and naturally dyed in Castlemaine. Limited availability.

Featuring all you need to mend your beautiful natural wool socks. With step by step instructions plus all the tools and materials needed to mend your socks for life using a simple traditional darning technique. No experience or "craftiness" required! Just a timeless, easy to do technique with all materials provided in one handy kit that comes wrapped up in a take-anywhere cloth bento bag. 

The kit includes: Instructions Card, Small Darning Mushroom, 2 x  British John James tapestry darning needles, 6 Yarn Cards (assorted colours/thread weights), thread snips, Boiled Wool Patches, Canvas Zip Case, Upcycled plant dyed cotton project bento bag.

For the COMPLETE mending kit including all these materials and more click here

Dimensions of the Kit: 20 x 15 x 12cm

Designed and assembled in Castlemaine from new and recycled materials. The kit is plastic free and all materials provided are repurposed/reclaimed. The wooden hand turned darning mushrooms are locally made from salvaged hardwood timber offcuts. Instructions by Woollykins beautifully illustrated by artist Anna Wilson (@abottlefullofrain) and printed on post consumer recycled paper with eco friendly inks.