Treasures by Tammy ~ Socks

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One of the Christmas gifts we gave Anna was two pairs of socks from Treasures by Tammy.

Let me tell you – Tammy does amazing work. This is not the first time I’ve had Tammy make Anna some socks. They hold up well after repeated washings, and the lace is so delicate and pretty. Just don’t dry them on super high heat during a long dryer cycle or you can shrink the lace edging. Just ask me how I know. . .

When Tammy found out I was planning to blog about the socks, she offered a coupon code for my readers. Use FRUIT10 at checkout for a 10% discount. Isn’t she the best?

I just love Tammy’s work. It is such high quality. She packages everything so neatly, with fiber content and washing instructions on the package.

Tammy didn’t ask me to write about her shop. I asked her if she would mind me blogging about the socks. They’re so cute that I would love to be able to get Anna enough to wear a pair every day.

Go take a look at Tammy’s shop Treasures by Tammy. Buy some of her socks for a little girl you know. They’re wonderful!

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7 thoughts on “Treasures by Tammy ~ Socks”

  1. Thank you for the kind mention, Melody. 🙂

    Sheree, if I can find appropriate socks to crochet around, I can make them in the larger size. Just send me a message and I’ll work on finding socks. 🙂

  2. I love Tammy’s socks! I’ve always thought they were so pretty. Do you think Beth would wear them?! LOL She’ll be 18 next month, so I think she’s a bit past the ankle sock age!

  3. Those are sooo pretty! I wonder if she would be willing to make them in larger sizes? Several of the girls in our SS program would love to have some of these but they are have rather large feet for their ages! An 11 year old wears a ladies size 10!! The girls often talk about how much they would love lace rimmed socks like the younger girls wear.

    1. You would have to send her a message and ask. It seems like she would, but I don’t want to make that call without doublechecking ith her first. :O)

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