Knee Socks Stockings Long Socks Steam Punk
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Black berries and gothic punk. These socks are made for steampunk.
Go on, girl. Go get your sexy back
This is a custom made one of a kind pair of socks. Because I am making the stockings just for you, there are a few things to keep in mind. First is that it will take a bit longer - about ten days on average? There are a few bits of information that I would need to make the socks, so please read through to the bottom to save a few rounds of convos.
The yarn colour-way is stunning and very individual. No sock will be anything like the other, even in the same colour-way. They are super thin, slightly sheer and have a serious, lacy, vintage feel.
This is a bit of shameless self-indulgence; I love the yarn and cannot wait for the next sock order to wonder on the brilliant colours. The colours are unusual and surprising. The Yarn is delicate and expensive. Enough said.
The colours of these stockings are shades burgundy, plum, maroon and brown. The yarn is SUPER soft and slightly fluffy. They knit is loose and sheer, tightening to eventually become close fitting and firm.
Stunning lace yarn with long gradual colour exchange. Knitted in 75%superwash virgin wool and 25% Nylon.
These stockings made in an original Victorian pattern reach up to mid-thigh. They are SO delicate and soft that you feel transported back a time when what your wore meant something. I hand crank each pair individually on an antique sock knitting machine using no electricity and only the best quality sock yarns. Not only are they knitted following and original pattern, but also cranked on a original 1900
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I try and ship as soon as possible - Mostly because I am so exited that I got a sale that I would like you to have your goodies 'at once'! The arrival of the parcel depends on the service I use.
Orders that are custom made take a bit longer but I do try and be clear on how and when you can expect it to be done. There is no set time as I am stymied by a day job!
please see returns policy as most is covered there
If you are not happy with your purchase please contact me... I would hate to think that you are 'hating' the experience.
I will just add that most of the damage done is in washing especially the wool fibres are notorious. I do warn that they are tricky and as far as possible have tested the yarns, but if it shrinks in the wash - and the dreaded tumble dryer - I cannot be held responsible. MY RULE OF THUMB IS ALWAYS COLD HAND WASH AND DO NOT TUMBLE DRY! A COOL/COLD MACHINE WASH ON A WOOL/DELICATE CYCLE SHOULD ALSO BE OK.
I have recently had a few negative experiences with custom orders that I have made. I kinda forget that not all people are nice and kind a gentle. SO!!!! I will not send custom orders until the amount is paid in full. I AM VERY CAREFULL TO MAKE SURE THAT I UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU WOULD LIKE WHEN MAKING A CUSTOM ORDER , BUT IF I GET IT WRONG; I WILL ONLY REFUND THE COST OF THE LABOUR AS AGREED. For a full refund I expect to receive the 'offending' item back - at own cost.
I do not make the socks until we have agreed on the colour and the yarn. Experience has taught me that. SO we will talk and exchange photo and make sure that we agree.
First off I check to see if I have yarn in stock, if I have something suitable and you choose that then I will charge the same price as the listed sock. If however I need to order other yarn, my pricing structure changes - as there would be added costs that are not worked into my listed prices.
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Women's Sizing Charts
Note: Size charts are based on industry standard sizes and measurements taken in inches.
Please make sure to check the exact sizing information under the product details section.
International Size Graph Conversion
Standard Size Chart
|XXS||00||31”||23 ½ “|
|XS||0-2||32”-33”||24 ½ “-25 ½”|
|S||4-6||34”-35”||26 ½”-27 ½”|
|M||8-10||36”-37”||38 ½” -29 ½”|
|L||12-14||38 ½” -40”||31”-32 ½”|
|XXS||00||33 ½ “|
|XS||0-2||34 ½” -35 ½”|
|S||4-6||36 ½” -37 ½”|
|M||8-10||38 ½” - 39 ½”|
Plus Size Chart
|1X||22||44 ½ “-46”||43 ½ “-45”|
|2X||24||47”-48 ½ “||46”-47 ½ “|
|3X||26-28||49 ½ “-51”||48 ½ “-50”|
|1X||22||50 ½ “-52”|
|2X||24||53”-54 ½ “|
|3X||26-28||55 ½ “-57”|
Finding your Perfect Measurements
Note: The number, in inches is your size in standard US sizes, you can use our conversion chart for international sizing.
Measuring Your Bust
With a flexible measuring tape, measure under your arms around the fullest part of your bust. This is your size in inches.
Measuring Your Waist
Measure around your natural waistline, make sure to keep the measuring tape comfortable and loose. This will ensure a comfortable fit for skirts, dresses, and pants.
Measuring Your Hips
Measure around the fullest part of your hips, which is approximately 8” below your natural waistline (this may differ from woman to woman.) Make sure your feet are together for a proper measurement.
Measuring Your Inseam
To measure your inseam, a number that is used to get the length of your pants, you will need to measure the length of your inner leg or you can measure a pair of good fitting jeans you have on hand.
Take the measuring tape and measure from your inner thigh down to your ankle, or you can measure the inner leg seam of your favorite pair of jeans.
Women’s sizes come in a few different sizes based on your height
|Petite||4'11" - 5'3" (Average Figure)|
|Misses||5'3 ½ “ - 5'7 ½ “ (Average Figure)|
|Tall||Over 5'7" (Average Figure)|
|Women's||5'3 ½ “ - 5'7" (Fuller Figure)|
Getting the Perfect Bra Fit
Measuring Your Band Size
Measure around the bottom of your bust where a bra band would normally rest on your torso. The measuring tape should be level and snug, yet not too tight or uncomfortable. Round the number to the nearest whole number. Now, add four inches if your number is even or five if you have an odd number. This is your correct band size.
Note: If you are wearing a bra during this measurement, make sure it is a non-padded bra only
Measuring Your Cup Size
To get your cup size, take a loose measurement around the fullest part of your bust at nipple level. Round this number to the nearest whole number.
Now, this is where things start to get a little complicated. Subtract the band size you received in step 1 from your bust size. Take the difference between the two and follow this chart:
Note: Our Sizing Charts are based on industry standard throughout many different countries, some manufacturers sizing may vary and will be noted on the product page. If in doubt, order a size up or reach out to us for assistance in finding your perfect size.