Ruth’s Harvest Socks

Ruth’s Harvest Socks pattern has been donated to the p/hop project by the wonderful designer, Susan Sharpe.

Here’s Susan’s inspiration for the pattern: “These socks were named Ruth’s Harvest after a story from my childhood of a biblical woman called Ruth.  It’s a story of faithfulness, hardship and love, and, at one point, Ruth has to glean wheat from fields to eat.  The story has a happy ending as Ruth marries the farmer. Whenever I see a field of wheat I remember the story, so I designed this sock in remembrance of this powerful childhood heroine.”

Ruth's Harvest Socks by Susan Sharpe

Ruth’s Harvest Socks by Susan Sharpe

All patterns have been generously donated to the project by designers to raise funds for MSF and are available for your knitting and crocheting pleasure. In return, we ask that you make a donation to p/hop based on the hours of enjoyment you will get from these patterns. p/hop is based on an honesty box system and the amount you donate is completely up to you! Making your donation is easy.

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