All right, so, years ago Chiara (from the grey tail) and I started talking about doing a sheep-themed exchange, we sent our packages out months ago, and we're finally getting our acts together enough to blog about it. But maybe good things really do come to those who wait, because our packages were both dripping with goodness - we'd both taken the time to get some awesome goodies for each other!
Here is what I sent her. I completely forgot to take a single picture before I shipped it out, so I'm borrowing this one from Chiara's blog:
I stitched a sheep-y Bent Creek design called Wooley on 32-count Dark Cobblestone Lugana and finished off with some coordinating fabric and a bit of lace. I added some wooden spoons I found that were painted with little sheep, some King Cole Merino (from sheep!) yarn in a lovely rose color, and a Bent Creek sheep pattern. I had to include some souvenirs from good ol' Dubai, of course, so in went some local tea packs and a very Arab pencil.
And this is what she sent me, all wrapped up:
She'd stitched us both adorable little scissor fobs from a Frosted Pumpkin Stitchery design called "Wool Ewe Be My Neighbour?" She also gave me some Wisper and DMC wool and a cute little Mill Hill sheep kit.
But the most awesome part - she'd bought us both the Jardin Prive's "History of Sheep" series! She sent me everything I'll need to stitch it up, including linen and floss from Nina's Threads. I'm so excited about this project, but I have no idea when we'll start it.
I love it all, Chiara, thank you! We've got to do another exchange soon!