A Parcel from India
I try to be a tidy worker - you know the sort of thing,
project completed, time to find the floor and worktop
ready to start afresh. Following this principal
yesterday lunchtime I chanced upon the calico
parcel wrapping. This just had to be preserved in
the form of a Journal Quilt.
Sending a parcel home from India is never straight
forward. First you have to find contents - not difficult.
Step 2 a tailor is required to stitch said contents in
calico wrapper. complete with sealing wax. Step 3
a visit to the Post Office - forms upon forms to
complete, and remember to bring your own Sellotape.
Eight weeks later, on a grey English winter's day,
the postman knocks on the door with a very
grubby package full of Indian goodies.
Back to front quilting
Frenzied blogging and stitching! I have lists,
it's grey and cold outside. Another two days
creating, and then comes the day which will
not wait any longer - doing The Books.
Hmmm.......what shall I do next?!!!!