Tuesday, 10 November 2009

An Inheritance

I don't really consider myself overly sentimental, but I always thought I would inherit a sewing kit from a grandmother or from my mum. I felt a bit sad when I realised that if I wanted one I'd have to create my own.

But then something happened. As I mentioned last week, the lovely Steph very kindly made me one of her softies that I turned into a pin cushion.

And then something else happened. Leonie from Raglan Guld, read the post where I talked about starting my own sewing kit, then she very generously sent me a package stuffed full of sewing goodies and beautiful fabric to start me off on my way.

I have had to rethink my definition of inheritance. Because I have inherited my kit, just not in the way I thought it would come.

So thank you again, Steph and thank you Leonie. And thank you to you too, Chunky Chooky Cath, for my lovely bag that also arrived in today's post that I tore at in the post office like a pre-schooler on her birthday.


Leonie Guld said...

Yeah, I am so glad you have received it all safe and well. Hows that bag?....very delicious!!

Kate said...

All 3 great gifts. The other day I visited a shop in Castlemaine that sold old sewing kits. I was tempted by the vintage kits and their bits and pieces inside but somehow it felt like cheating (and a bit pricey too). Inheriting one or coming accross one in a garage sale would be like treasure but this felt wrong. Your way of inheriting is so much nicer.

toasted said...

wow - you're a very loved woman.

Cath from chunkychooky said...

... and you are welcome- now I know people are reading my blog again x

ms. delisha said...

you ARE very loved.

Feronia said...

Lucky you! Can't wait to see what you create :)