In the 15th-century murder mystery “The Harper’s Quine” by Pat Mcintosh,
Alys, the daughter of a master mason, is not only independent and clever to the point of helping disentangle a complex murder case, but also pretty and feminine.
She makes her father’s big house run smoothly and can bake and brew with the best.
Her Elderflower wine is a fine piece of evidence for these skills.
In the pattern of the socks you can see little glass goblets X filled with that light sparkling wine.
This pattern as well as the Compline socks and the Gil scarf were designed for The Gil Cunningham Mysteries Group. Go join them in an outing to Medieval Glasgow, the time and surroundings of these murder mysteries.