Child's wool sock

Wild noted a characterstic of Roman diamond twills he studies were a higher sett than ppi. Wild also noted pattern units were often 10 warp ends and 9 picks.The sock is picutred in Illustration 2.12 pg. 88 2/2 diamond twill from Vindolanda Roman fort, Northumberland. The sock measured 16 cm in length. the sock is a similar shap to a simple boot.

Weave Structure: 

Time Period: 

1st C AD
2nd C AD

Culture/Region: 

Source: 

The Cambridge History of Western Textiles 2 Volume Boxed Set

Warp: 

Wool Z spun

Weft: 

Wool S spun