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In 1918 he wrote “Die Stem”, South Africa’s national anthem (1957 – 1994).
After the abolishment of Apartheid, his anthem was replaced by , in which a part of “Die Stem” still features. One of my favourite Langenhoven anecdotes comes from this time.
In those moments she was not the graceful old lady from memory, coiffed to perfection and smelling like Yardley, but a young woman, very much like myself, raising her children and running her home.
Maybe she snatched whatever stolen moments she could to sit down and crochet?
As always, you are welcome to make (and sell) as many of these Pansies as you wish.
All I ask is that you credit me as the designer if you make anything using this pattern.
“I take it back,” he said, after barely a moment’s pause. Some of my favourite Langenhoven quotes (translated by Goodreads): That’s all fine and well, Dedri, but what does any of this have to do with the Pansy? Please see this chart if you need help with any of the abbreviations in this pattern.
In fact Aunty Dollie and Engela were both born in 1901, mere months apart.
Langenhoven was an exceptional writer and politician.
I interrogated my grandma to find out who the lefty was. But she did tell me that all the crochetery was done by my great-grandma (Dalina), and her two sisters (Hanna and Aunty Dollie).
I’ve told you about Aunty Dollie before (see my Aunty Dollie Bag).