Argyle Work

If One worked in the usual sense of the word - as in One was required to turn up at a place of employment 5 days a week, put One's head down and bum up for which One would then receive money....

Then One might legitimately be able to say...

"Work is the curse of the Knitting Classes."

But One has never before required legitimacy to say anything and just because these aren't One's OWN words, One is hardly going to start now.

A good line is a good line and ought to be shared.  Here it is again....

"Work is the curse of the Knitting Classes."

Yep.  It ought to be said over and over.




And for those of you who cannot get enough....

More ARGYLE.

And a little fleur-de-lis.

So good for the sole soul.







"One's heart is soaring."
"One's feet are dancing."


One said that.  Well.... no doubt others have said it before One.  One can't be original ALL the time.
Te Da !

Once more for good measure.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Now these are just lovely..THERE IS NO WAY l could knit this pattern..What a clever little thing you are.. No pun intended.. They truly are lovely. We`re off to Woollen mill in Feb again,,FREEBIE trip for all us ''old age pensioners'' who knit for ''Wrap With Love Rugs'', at Inverell Library...How cool is that.. Have a truly LOVELY & HAPPY Christmas Loani, you & yours..All the best..
Hahnsmum, Bingara..
Sue said…
The socks look fantastic, and yes I agree you are very clever for being able to knit fair aisle!
jwami said…
Oh my goodness! I need some of those. Tres elegante! Knitting can also be the curse of certain supposed-to-be-working types (moi).
Notjustnat said…
I would never could knit anything like that, but I did knit a pair and a half of socks once. Couldn't do the second one coz the teacher left me :(. Hugs Nat
NessaKnits said…
You are not only Queen of the Tea Cosies you are also Queen of the Poser Toes.
Strickbombe said…
argyle is wasted on the non-knitting classes. let them wear acrylic!
Carolina said…
I really like the fleur de lis on the sole!
lilly piri said…
How does One make these? Do you have to constantly change yarn colours, or are there specially made rolls of wool that alternate colours?
Luvvie said…
I have seen these socks in the flesh so to speak - or does one say in the wool in the instance of knitting - and they are FAN - B....Y - TASTIC. They look like bought ones...only that sounds derogatory when it's meant to be a compliment....You go girl!!
Paul C said…
Came here through Stafford. Your site is a lot of warm fun. Got to think about getting one of those tea cozies.
grrl + dog said…
bloody show off..

Now the sock knitting bar has been raised so high I'm going to need oxygen.
Helen said…
Wishing you a lovely holiday season .... from Bend Oregon! Land of snow covered mountains, fresh air and happy people!
annell said…
To the woman who wears a cosy, what a delight! Thanks for the post.
Minka's Studio said…
The sox are pure magic! Is there a pattern somewhere?

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