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Soon, the cooler months will be upon us here in the Northern Hemisphere, and I don’t know about you, but when there’s a chill in the air, all I want is a cozy pair of hand-knit socks. I can’t say that socks are my favorite thing to knit, but they are definitely my favorite to wear.

If you're looking for a pair of cozy socks to kick off the cozy season, look no further. The Hibernation House Socks are sure to become your go-to socks for cozy days at home.

On the left, Adult and child wearing their Hibernation House Socks while sitting on a white blanket. On the left, a women sitting on a couch, holding a cup wearing pink Hibernation House Socks.
© Lindsey Fowler

The Hibernation House Socks by Lindsey Fowler from Larkspur Knits are the ultimate cozy socks thanks to their optional Suri alpaca cuff. This pattern also comes with a free bonus copy of the Hearth & Home Socks, included with the pattern download.

Lindsey designed these socks using luxurious yarn from Woolberry Fiber Co., but you can easily substitute with any fingering weight, Suri alpaca, or mohair lace-weight yarn of your choosing.

There are six sizes for these socks, fitting a small child up to an adult man. You'll need 175 to 440 yards of fingering-weight yarn and between 50 and 185 yards of Suri alpaca or mohair, depending on what size you knit and if you choose to knit the cuff with Suri alpaca or mohair.

Adult and child size Hibernation House socks
© Lindsey Fowler

If you're looking to do some gift knitting this year, these socks would be a fun and cozy gift for someone you love.

The Hearth & Home Socks, the free bonus pattern that comes with the Hibernation House Socks purchase, are a simple, textured sock that doesn’t require a lot of focus. Hello Knitflix!

This pattern is also available in six different sizes, ranging from child to adult. To knit these socks, you'll need between 175 and 440 yards of sock or fingering-weight yarn, depending on what size you choose to knit.

Two people pose in socks while sitting on a white blanket.
© Lindsey Fowler

If you love knitting socks, here’s another pattern you might like. And if you sometimes find yourself struggling to finish the second sock in a pair of socks, aka SSS or Second Sock Syndrome, check out our article on how you can avoid SSS.


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