Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Food and Yarn








Popped out yesterday to The market hall in Kensington. I love this place .I enjoy walking around and deciding whilst there what's on the menu for our dinner .These gorgeous tomatoes, a loaf of sourdough and some crab, prawns and fresh lemons some lovely olives.Thats dinner is was food heaven.
My latest yarn purchase some cotton from first4yarns .It's very cheap .I have not made anything yet ,the colours are so pretty all bagged together I can't bear to open it I'm just happy to look at it.I bought some peaches and creme from them in the past ,also very economical I just made some dishcloths .They are the strongest dishcloths .Everytime I wash them they become softer .Once you've used a handmade cotton dishcloth you never want to use anything else.

7 comments:

  1. I share your liking for the Food Hall in Kensington, as much as I dislike their prices. Seen and smelling all those varieties of tomatoes (and other foodstuff), brings me back to Spain...
    Your yarn looks as delicious as the tomatoes, with all those colours, a pity having to open the package. I think is about time I make a cotton dishcloth.

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  2. Hello, I just found your lovely blog. You seem to be as crazy for yarns as I am :-) I think I will stay for a while.

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  3. Boo-Hoo... Still waiting for my Lucy Pack here in the States. I will just sit here and look at yours. I know Karin too. New follower.

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  4. No need to tell you how much I love the Food Hall, yummy food and yummy yarn in delicious colours, sounds like a good day to me :)

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  5. That lovely yarn suggest to my a Yoyo afghan.
    You can see it here.

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  6. 生存乃是不斷地在內心與靈魂交戰;寫作是坐著審判自己。......................................................................

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  7. What lovely photographs!! The yarn colors are divine and the food looks wonderful.
    I've just found your blog tonight and plan on visiting again!

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