The vicar's wife
This pattern reflects the age old May-December romance seen so often in 20th century (and earlier) British novels. The leaf motif which trails down the front of the sock reflects the blooming youth of May: fresh, energetic and hopeful - Griselda Clement in Murder in the Vicarage, by Agatha Christie. On the back of the sock is the bare Winter tree of December: the aged and sensible Vicar Leonard Clement, her husband.
Add a whimsical touch by duplicate stitching one of the leafs on the front of the sock. Will it be green – vibrant and alive, or the yellow, orange or red of Fall as winter approaches?
This pattern is part of an e-book series, [The Agatha Christie Series, Volume 1]. This e-book represents a savings over purchasing the patterns separately.
The pattern instructions are provided for four sizes, small, medium, large and extra-large. Where the instructions differ, the instructions for the larger sizes are provided in brackets (