Fabric Scraps Obsession

Fabric Samples from the Other Side of the World

This is a follow up to yesterday’s post, Heirloom Batik Scraps in the Mail! , where I mentioned I recently received a 4th craft related surprise in the mail.

Last week a curious package arrived from New Panvel, India:
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Inside was a collection of samples of embroidered Indian silks in 5 – 6 inch squares:
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I was completely blown away by this surprise!

I do not recognize the name of the person who sent it so I assume it is a thoughtful follower of my blog who lives in India (I have readers on every continent except Antartica!) but I did mail them a thank you card as the package contained their return address.

I have not decided what to do with these wonderful fabric samples, for now I will just put them on display in my studio!

 

11 thoughts on “Fabric Samples from the Other Side of the World”

  1. I am not sure I can read any more of Tierney’s blog posts. So jealous right now. I haven’t done anything creative in the past couple months. Sure hope I can find the creative motivation and joy before too long. And I refuse to watch a Hallmark Christmas Movie special; I just cant do it anymore folks. There will be no joy until I can be creative like Tierney.

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    1. Tierney is not really that creative, she just knows how to make things sound exciting on her blog and fool people. Do not be overly impressed, it is safe to keep reading.
      Oh and you are not required to watch any Hallmark specials, ha!

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