New Children's Clothing Company Founded By Two Moms Goes International and Introduces New Line of Baby and Toddler Socks

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Blindmice Knit Goods, a company founded in October by two moms who wanted to find unique socks that actually stay on babies' and toddlers' feet, is introducing a new line of whimsical, unique low-cut children's socks just in time for spring weather. The fledgling company now sells its products in 22 states (24 stores in the New York City metro area alone) and in Japan, Canada, Greece and the Netherlands.

Low-cut children's socks from blindmice Knit Goods

Blindmice Knit Goods announced today two exciting developments: A new line of unique, whimsical low-cut baby and children's socks and a partnership with Nybble, a distributor of innovative children and baby's products in the Netherlands that will take the fledgling company to new heights around the globe.

The low-cut socks, which are constructed with a tabbed-back so that they will not slip down in little shoes will be shown at next week's ENK Show (booth #9105) in New York City, March 7, 8 and 9. The low-cut socks will be available for purchase online at http://www.blindmice.com beginning March 25.

Since their debut in October, blindmice's original, sophisticated and finely constructed children's socks are now available in stores in Washington, D.C., 22 states (24 stores in New York City metro area alone) and in Japan, Canada, Greece, and now in the Netherlands.

"We're thrilled with the global demand for the cutest, best made children's socks on the market," said founders Shannon Braley and Kristen Parker. "We're looking forward to building our brand."

In addition to the global reach, blindmice Knit Goods has hired sales representatives across the United States.

Blindmice socks come in 21 different vibrant color and pattern combinations for infant and toddler boys and girls. Think houndstooth, herringbone, polka dots and gingham married with raspberry, tangerine or lime. They are sold in packs of three ($9.50) or five ($14.50), ending every man, woman and child's aggravating search for that darn missing, matching sock as they reach blindly into the sock drawer. Even better, blindmice socks look good together, even if they're not exactly alike.

The socks feature soft combed cotton, hand-linked toe seams, articulated heels and a soft top that doesn't impede circulation. This means our socks won't fall off and won't leave red marks on an infant or toddler's ankles.

About blindmice Knit Goods
blindmice Knit Goods was founded by two friends who wanted to respond to a personal and universal need for socks that actually stayed on their babies' feet. Blindmice Knit Goods is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.

High-res images of socks and packaging are available.

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