SwapTastic !

My swap buddy has made me feel rather tardy and a bit of a novice. Her parcel arrived today and the attention to detail was awsome. Themed paper, card and sticky doobries! Now where would one get such doobries I wonder?

I share a blow by blow account in pictures of the lovliness of my parcel and send thanks to Jacq for her careful selection of treasures.

I already have assigned some of the notions to a project I’m about to start and will share when complete …. am hoping I can start a whole new movement in pinnies! What a great word PINNY … where do such gems of words come from?

Mmmm sounding a bit like a Police Officer now with all the questions …. note to self …find answers yourself, don’t be expecting others to fill in the many gaps in my head :0)

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. JacqC
    Aug 02, 2013 @ 19:55:30

    Hi Samantha, I’m really glad you liked your parcel šŸ™‚ I’m sure the parcel you’ve put together will be brilliant. I have a stash of the themed paper (how could I not buy it?). I love making the sewing themed cards – I used to make a lot of cards and for some reason was attracted to haberdashery themed items! And the tape is washi tape – isn’t it fab? I have one precious role I bought in Japan – I use it sparingly, only special people get some. My brother goes to Tokyo on business sometimes – he has strict instructions to get me some more if he can find it!:)

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  2. Sewin Love
    Aug 02, 2013 @ 20:16:56

    Washi Tape, Wishi I had some ….. will have to search the old www now, very groovy. Does he bring you back lush fabrics and buttons etc? x

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  3. JacqC
    Aug 02, 2013 @ 22:13:01

    I’ve had a quick look and you can buy it in the UK – it’s more expensive but cheaper than a flight to Japan! My brother doesn’t tend to buy me craft related things – he’s colour blind and entirely clueless about fabrics and notions. He’s very generous but sticks to Star Wars stuff! However, he did bring me some glorious silks from India about 5 years ago – they are so beautiful I haven’t plucked up the courage to cut into them šŸ™‚

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    • oursewingpatch
      Aug 03, 2013 @ 20:31:43

      OOOO do it Jacq, cut into them. Make a beautiful kimono style dressing gown or a spectacular blouse. Beautiful fabrics are made to be on beautiful people. Go on DARE YOU! xx

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  4. CurlsnSkirls
    Aug 08, 2013 @ 17:58:32

    Almost as lovely as the swap package you put together for me! Consider yourself hugged!
    D’el

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