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Mist, Web and New Fabric

11 Aug

While the rest of the UK is apparently sitting under a heat wave, we are sitting under mist and murk but I do love this early morning effect on the garden and the fields and trees behind which have disappeared.

The mist droplets were everywhere on spiders’ webs and very pretty.

The fabric I chose at the weekend was ready for click and collect so I collected it this morning, washed it straightaway (so it doesn’t shrink later) and this afternoon I have almost made myself a new one with the butterfly fabric.  The green is for Christmas masks as I reckon we’ll be wearing them for a long time yet. The other one is just because I love the colours.

P.S. I am still waiting for my Lost Stock box to arrive but today when walking into town, across the road,  I saw a lovely stranger wearing the white Dorothy top (people have been posting photos of their items and I recognised it) and she looked so pretty in it, I had to go across and have a chat. She is delighted with all four tops in her box! Looking forward to mine arriving – hope it’s soon.

Lost Stock is explained here, in The Guardian

 

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2 responses to “Mist, Web and New Fabric

  1. utesmile

    August 14, 2020 at 4:43 pm

    Love that lost stock box…. I ordered one too as a surprise. By the time it comes, I will have forgotten it, a real surprise. Love your fabrics too.

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    • mybeautfulthings

      August 14, 2020 at 6:31 pm

      It’s 13 weeks since I ordered my box and I’m impatient to see what arrives! My new fabrics are lovely, I agree. I’ve nearly made a butterfly mask… Watch this space. 🙂

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