Wool English

I’ve been amused by the English descriptions on my balls of wool:

Cotton Rainette – Because growth is early, the white pine is useful for a natural environmental protection.  Richmond’s ecology mind is spoken for.

Margherita – The long pitch printed tape yarn.  It would assume a butterfly is flitting around the garden of rape blossoms.

And I thought the patterns were hard to understand!

2 Responses to “Wool English”

  1. Marcus Ramberg Says:

    I’m very curious about these ‘rape blossoms’. Poor butterflies.

  2. karen Says:

    It is strange reading about them in that context. Not the flower choice we would have used if writing an English description.

    Though I imagine they are they flowering plant that rapeseed oil comes from.