Friday, October 17, 2008

Woo Hoo...Great Mail Day!!

Look at the beautiful package that awaited me in my brand new big mail box yesterday when I returned home for a day out with Bryan........WOW!!

Look at those luscious rainbow colors of silk and the silver fabric was what they were all wrapped in. They came all the way from England as a gift from my dear friend Janet....what a sweetheart!
Check out the packages of sequins and the neat looking decorative cloths pins....guess what Janet....I sat and separated the big bag of sequins.....reminded me of when I use to sit and go through my mama's buttons and separate them as a child........I loved it!

Thank you Janet for your generous gift.......I guess one good turn deserves another...hehehehe!

These silks are just what I needed for starting Crazy Quilting.....something I want to try my hand at again for some time's been over 20 years.

The bible says "it's better to give then to receive" but today I'm thanking God for being the one that received such a beautiful blessing today!


jan said...

Oh I am so pleased they have arrived. I couldn't actually remember what I had sent you, then when I saw you had sat and seperated all those sequins, I did. heehee, sorry. I do hope they are the right ones you wanted.
It was a pleasure to share the sari silks with you, if you need anymore let me know, you have a piece of every colour I own, I had a 'ripping' time doing them. The stray threads from them will drive you mad when you start using them, keep them though cos you can use them for embellishments. NOTHING gets thrown away here.
Enjoy, my friend it is my pleasure to bring a little sunshine into your life. Call it an RAK. :-)

Reflections of life and art said...

Janet, I can't thank you enough for these lovely fabrics...and yes the sequins are what I wanted.
I enjoyed seperating them.....sick I know....hehehe!
Like I said they are perfect for my CQ that I want to start my hand at again.

Susan said...

You have a very nice beginning stash! Did she include a warning label? One that says: Warning CQ is addictive, though not hazardous to your health.

Reflections of life and art said...

Hi Susan, thank you for visiting my blog and leavaing a warning nitice on!
I'm so wanting to learn how to do this again...not sure how to begin in laying out the fabric tho...better go and check other yours perhaps...VBG!

Pat Winter said...

Now that is a blissful package! How nice of Jan, she certainly filled a fun package. I am happy to hear you want to try is addicting, and you get to play with so many goodies!


Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

What a lucky girl you are! Such fun you will have.

Reflections of life and art said...

Pat and Laura, thank you for your comments on my wonderful package and the encouragement on my endeaver to attempt Crazy Quilting again.