A collaboration with Stephen Mullen of Glasgow University, whose work illuminates legacies of slavery in Scotland. This pair of socks combines traditional stranded motifs with the colours of the flag of Trinidad and Tobago. The design is named in memory of Maria Jones, one of hundreds of people that James Lamont of Argyll enslaved in Trinidad, enriching himself (and his extended family in Cowal) on the profits of their labour.
Sizing: To fit adult foot: 19-21.5cm / 7½-8½in circumference.
Leg and foot length are both fully adjustable within the pattern.
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