Back in 2009, I did a test knit for Anne Podlesak of Wooly Wonka Fiber for socks. These were knit from alpaca, dyed with logwood. The design was done for a fiber farm, Long Ridge Farm (Earthues Natural Dyes) using their fiber, dyed with their dye. Anne retained the rights after the first year to the pattern, but I cannot find it on Ravelry, Anne's design page or Wooly Wonka Fiber page.
These are incredibly WARM socks, and I love the leg design with a decreasing scale on the cable/travelling stitches. I knit them up quickly as the test knit, then re-knit the feet as I was too loosely-goosey on the original knit for my taste. The re-knit has sat on needles for three years. With Ravelry's Sock Knitters Anonymous August challenge being to free up needles, I took this to heart and finished these up the first night after I took on the challenge. I love the color, and given my recent foray into dyeing with plant dyes, it is fitting that these should be the first sock UFOs to get completed.