My creative space this week is NOT in the rhubarb patch. I'm just showing off my rhabarber socks. But I have been working on these socks on the sofa when I get the time. I think I've come a-cropper in the instructions somewhere between the leg and the gusset, but I might have just worked out a fudge so it'll be OK.
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Wow...of course you might as well be speaking dutch with all that gusset/leg business but it looks fabulous to me.ReplyDelete
Looking good and comfy :)...Love the colors as well!ReplyDelete
If they have a gusset does that mean they are tights? I love that you photograhed them in the rhubarb patch.ReplyDelete
Now I've come over all bewildered. I didn't know socks had a gusset. And 'gusset' is a terrible word - the same as 'crotch'. I always link the two, which is why I'm feeling all uncomfy-like.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous wool, lovely socks though, (I'm squinting past the gusset/crotch!).
You girls are so funny! The gusset is just the part under the heel that comes "in" and gives the sock shape!!ReplyDelete
You have just reminded me to get off my laptop and get outside in the garden! It's a beautiful day and I need to get the vegie garden happening. The word gusset just cracks me up for some reason...! xoReplyDelete
I adore the colours.ReplyDelete
... and how lucky are you to have a rhubarb patch!
That is a fabulous sock, even gusset-less it's fab. Love the yarn :) KReplyDelete
What a lovely notion, creating in the rhubarb patch.ReplyDelete
great pic! the rhubarb looks pretty fabulous too!ReplyDelete
noice, very noiceReplyDelete
The rhubarb looks delicious too. are you going to make pie?ReplyDelete
That is such yummy yarn. The socks are coming along beautifully.ReplyDelete
If I could marry any vegetable, it would be rhubarb.ReplyDelete
The rhubarb certainly shows off how scrumptiously rhubarby those socks are going to be. You might have to make a pastry skirt to match. Or something...ReplyDelete
I love the rhubarb socks on the rhubarb plant! Fingers crossed your cheat works! :)ReplyDelete
Lovely, your creative space makes me hungry for rhubarb and cinnamon jam on turkish bread. Yum.ReplyDelete
lovely coloured and textured socks :)ReplyDelete
I love that wool so much. It knits up beautifully.ReplyDelete
Very clever work - the colour are just beautiful - truly rhubarb!ReplyDelete
sock gusset eh! who knew? love the colours. i love rhubarb tooReplyDelete
good on you for fudging...looks great..love the colour:)ReplyDelete
Gusset of grief aside, the rhubarb patch socks look great! Honestly, all I can really think about right now looking at all that rhubarb is a rhubarb crumble... mmmm!!ReplyDelete
Perfectly named colour and perfect pattern for the yarn! Glad you found a fudge for the pattern, I always try to do that too, better than ripping (although slightly naughty!!)ReplyDelete
How do you have time to fit all these other crafts in? Still look for wonderful tiny and full size quilts each year. G'day from MeganReplyDelete