Saturday, 18 February 2012

Wolle van ver

Dit het begin met hierdie post van Suzanne...waarin 'n foto was van die mooiste mooie wol:
It started with Suzanne's post, with a photo of this loveliest of yarns...

Sjoe.  Dis net van die mooiste kleure denkbaar.  Hé?? En die tekstuur va die draad!
Wow.  How pretty can yarn be. And the texture!

En toe vat ek 'n kans, en gan soek dit bietjie op internet...maar kan dit nie bestel nie  :-(
I took a change on being able to order it online, but no can do :-(

Toe kry ek 'n lys Ierse winkels wat dit aanhou.  En dalk kan my sus dit in Ierland kry en Maartmaand saambring! En sisi moet toevallig vandag in Dublin wees.
EN sy wil 'n draai in die wolwinkel gaan maak...
So I got a list of Irish stores that might stock these.  Maybe my sisi could get me some in Ireland when she comes to visit end of March!  And sis just accidentally had to be in Dublin today.
AND she wouldn't mind to going to a yarn store...

Sy loop toe na die rak, en steek eerste haar hande uit na 'n mooie kleur...wat MYNE is!
So she walk to the shelf, reach out to a beautiful skein of wool...which is MY COLOUR!

Hierdie ry vandag op die trein van Dublin na Cork, en vlieg einde Maart al die pad na Pretoria :-)
Now these two traveled on the train from Dublin to Cork today, and will fly out all the way to Pretoria at the end of March :-) 

Wat sal ek daarmee haak??
What will I hook with it??


Grateful4Crochet said...

whatever you make, I am sure it will be lovely!

Anonymous said...

Oh it's gorgeous!! :)

PS. The soda crystals I use for cleaning are not the same as baking soda. Sodium carbonate is not the same thing as Bicarbonate of Soda.

Baking soda does work as a cleaner however, just to confuse things even more! But soda crystals or sodium bicarbonate is not fit for consumption.


Suzanne said...

Jaaaaaaaaaaaaa! You got it! Isn't it super soft? You should make mittens or a hat, it is so soft you should be able to wear it against your skin.

karisma said...

oooh how lovely!

Brenda said...

OOooooohhhhh, dis sooooo mooi, mens wil dit amper eet!

Gerlene said...

C, I sent This is Knit a link to your blog. I took the photo of your yarn on one of the old tables on the 2nd floor of Avoca. I had lunch there...butternut and goat's cheese salad. Followed by coffee cake and coffee. Yum.

Sandra (Cherry Heart) said...

Hi Stel,

Thanks for joining me on my Pretty Crafty Home journey. Sounds like you have a nice long list of jobs already! I love that you have a picture waiting to be hung for 3 years - that's me all over too! I've added your link to my site and I'm off to have a look around while I've here.

Good luck!

S x

Teacups and Tiskets said...

The colours are beautiful, one of my favourite combinations, whatever you make, it will be lovely.
And even more special, having travelled from Ireland.