Sunday 5 November 2023

YUMMYLISIOUS

 

........ a new word? It is what came to mind when I opened my yarn pack from the U.K .  Fifty eight little 10g balls of cotton/ acrylic yarn ready to pick and choose from for a new crochet project . 








 

Once again, it was cheaper to purchase the yarn with the postage from the U.K . I am not talking about saving just a couple of dollars, I saved heaps! Maybe the online shops here purchase it from overseas and by the time they add their mark up it is waaaaaay over priced. 


I have been cleaning up my youngest daughter's things she left here when she moved out nearly 20 years ago and she told me to toss all her books out. I shall be taking them to the OpShop but I couldn't part with one book that I just had to read. I re read Anne of Green Gables not long ago but had never read Anne of Avonlea. It is rather humourous in a gentle old fashioned way.




I had no idea several books were written in the series and would love to read them although I don't think my daughters owned any others. 

Now.....where is my crochet hook ? 

6 comments:

  1. That is a fantastic box of yarn! Looks like a good book.

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  2. Wow Ondrea, that is a stunning box! So looking forward to seeing what you use them for. xx

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  3. Yummylisious is definitely the right word to describe that package. Looking forward to seeing what you make with it.

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  4. Fabulous bundle there... looking forward to seeing what you make... cheaper and nicer quality too I think (well I have only had the acrylic and it was softer)
    Hugz

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  5. What a beautiful box of yarn! I don't think I would want to open it! It looks so beautiful as it is! Enjoy! Hugs Christine xx

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  6. I agree yummylicious indeed! Anne of Green Gables was a favourite with me and also my daughter. I have a very old copy that was mine.

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