Fair Trade Ethical Children's Patterned Woollen Socks in Green, Grey and Red

Kumbeshwar Technical School

Fair Trade Ethical Children's Woollen Socks

Fair Trade Ethical colourful patterned long Socks for Children. Beautifully hand knitted with pure wool. There is nothing worse than having cold feet on a cold winter's day, let alone your child using you as their personal heater for their feet. Get them a pair of our Pure, Natural, Eco-friendly wool socks that provide optimal warmth and comfort, unlike any socks they've had before. These Fair Trade Winter Socks are a great ethical and practical gift idea for boys and girls!


These socks are loving made by Artisans in Nepal who spin and dye raw wool from New Zealand using azo-free dyes. They hand-knit the socks using bright and varied colours, making each pair of Socks totally unique. The whole process is sustainable and eco-friendly as Uplift Fair Trade have chosen to use the leftover pieces of wool that would otherwise be thrown out. 

Length from heel to toe:

Large:  20cm

Medium: 17cm

Small: 16cm

Kumbeshwar Technical School is a World Fair Trade Organisation (WFTO) guaranteed member. This project trains, employs and empowers over 2000 women through their income-generating projects.  They also empower and sustain disadvantaged and low-income families in Kathmandu Valley, through free primary education, a home for young people and vocational skill training in knitting, carpet weaving, and carpentry. 

Uplift Fair Trade is proud to give you the opportunity to purchase a product from our children's clothing range that has been made by Artisans working towards achieving the Ten Principles of Fair Trade in all their Practices.  Uplift Fair Trade works to create sustainable livelihoods to empower those who are disadvantaged in society and to give them an opportunity to break the cycle of poverty. 

Washing instructions:  Hand Wash in Cold Water.  Do not soak.  Do not bleach.  Reshape while damp.  Dry flat.

*Please note that because each product is unique, colours will differ from the photograph. We will try to match it as close as possible.

Read about Kumbeshwar and their processes here: