Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Joy in Tuesday Mail

I got home after a tough day at work and found some love in the mail.


First, a 12 yard sample of Sulky Blendables thread from Lace-Lovin' Librarian. Diane is such a sweetie! I look forward to using this - and the color is gorgeous!

And then I found a parcel with English markings on it. Who could it be from? Why, the delightful Jane Eberall, that's who! I'm crazy about Jane; she's a a lot of fun. And she's a brilliant tatter.


Here's what I got.
  • One of her famous roly-poly tatting bags, made by her own hands. Labeled, even. Kitties - squee!
  • A poke-proof pouch and matching bobbin holder.
  • A Shakespeare key ring, complete with his signature.
  • A great Shakespeare souvenir cloth showing major sites in Shakespeare country.
  • And... one of Jane's new patterns, a Flurry Heartache, tatted in some of Karey Solomon's HDT and presented in a pretty brass frame.


Oh so pretty.


I love the Shakespeare Country cloth.  Very cool.  When Moe saw it, he said, "I thought Shakespeare was from Austria." I replied, exasperated, "You're thinking of Mozart!"


Thank you, Diane and Jane! You made my day!

2 comments:

  1. I'm glad you like the thread. Isn't the color gorgeous? Let me know if you want to try some others!

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