Mii sent me the most gorgeous project bag, it's simply adorable!
She was a little concerned that it wasn't perfect but I honestly can't see what she means, as I think it is absolutely perfect in every way!
A close up of a tiny dragonfly button stitched on it
The cute charms on the zipper
A photo of the reverse, such pretty fabric
And that's not all, Mii also made a cute Margaret Sherry stitched pinkeep and even sent an easel to display it on...
I wish I could show you how tiny this is, the attention to detail is simply incredible.
And that wasn't all, I also received a daffodil bag with all these goodies inside!
Ribbons, fat quarter of gorgeous pink fabric, Easter confetti, Yankee Candle wax tart, a teeny bottle of miniature buttons, Polstitches "Spring" fabric and WDW "Spring" floss, cupcake washi tape and the cutest wobbly Easter Chick ever!
Here's a somewhat blurry photo of the fabric and floss. I will have to find the perfect design to stitch on this!
A close up of the fabric, it's so pretty!
Just look at those tiny buttons!
Thank you Mii for making this a super exchange. I'm already looking for ideas for our planned Halloween exchange later in the year!
Elder son and I spent some time last weekend choosing fabric and trims for eleven (sshhhh!) stitched pieces that need finishing. And there are more somewhere else. I think I have lost my nerve and I just don't know where to start with cutting out the fabric. I feel really inspired when I look at other blogs so maybe that's the place to start, and just try to copy some ideas I've seen.
I hope you all enjoyed the solar eclipse safely today, whether you were under it or watched on tv. I got to see it briefly as my little 4 year old friend (thanks Joshua!) loaned me his Nana's special glasses. It was quite spectacular, even in Northern England.
Until next time