Market Sunday: Sock Yarn and a Book Review

Market Sunday:
On a Sunday if I have any new stock or yarns etc… I will be loading them here for all to see before I list them on my local shop, in South Africa .
These are my new sock yarns that have just arrived! They have been dyed by a local South African dyer and they are so beautiful! They are one of a kind. If anyone is interested in buying any here, before I list them, just send me an email 🙂 They are all 3.5 ounces and are perfect to knit socks or shawls…
Price : $ 14.00
Shipping: $ 7.00 per ball
Payment through Monster Pay. ( I will just send you an invoice to your email, it is very easy to use:)
(The turquoise and the mulberry next to the turquoise above have now sold 🙂
Book Review: A Farm in my Heart by Emilia Le Roux,

For some reason, I am unable to turn this photo around! But I still had to share this book with you. My hubby gifted me with it on Thursday evening when he returned from a business trip. I love this book! It has everything, recipes, gardening tips, composting, canning and jam making. How to make cheese. It is a fantastic South African book, but can be used all over the world.

It has been written by Emilia Le Roux and reads like a story. She writes about her life as a child growing up on their farm and how much she has learned by living on the land … It is truly an amazing book… I can’t put it down. Today for lunch I made her Peppers Stuffed with Aubergines, truly wonderful!!

Have a great Sunday everyone:)

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8 Responses to Market Sunday: Sock Yarn and a Book Review

  1. Jen March 7, 2010 at 6:48 pm #

    The yarn is gorgeous, Linda and the book sounds delicious! What a sweet hubby you have (how is he feeling, btw????)


  2. Linda March 7, 2010 at 7:00 pm #

    Hello dear Jen:)
    Thanks so much! Richard is very well, he has fully recovered from his accident and is riding almost everyday now again:)
    Have a wonderful evening:)

  3. goldenbird March 8, 2010 at 3:04 am #

    Your sock is so pretty. I can see why the tuquoise and mulberry sold right away, those are my favorites. How sweet of your husband to bring you that book. It looks interesting. Have you always lived in South Africa, or did your family move there from same place else?

  4. Joy March 8, 2010 at 4:17 am #

    That sounds like such a wonderful book! How sweet of your husband to gift you with it. 🙂 I love all the yarn too. So pretty!

  5. renee ~ heirloom seasons March 8, 2010 at 5:24 am #

    That book looks wonderful!
    Someday I will be getting some of your beautiful yarn!
    Hope you had a wonderful weekend!
    Renee xo

  6. Linda March 8, 2010 at 8:27 am #

    Hi Stacy,
    Thanks so much:) We have always lived in South Africa, I was born here, it is a beautiful place to be:)

  7. Cotton Yarn March 8, 2010 at 10:32 am #

    i like this informative post. thanks for sharing us.

  8. S March 8, 2010 at 2:30 pm #

    Makes me want to rush over to amazon and get myself a copy!

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