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Thread: UNEXPECTED GIFT

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    dannypanny's Avatar
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    GWYN..... I received your lovely gift the other day, but my server was down and I could not post...

    I am so thrilled with your lovely sewing caddy, could I call it babushka??.

    I must be honest and tell you that my granddaughter (6 years old) has appropriated the little badge!!!! Hope you don't mind.

    And as for the sweeties I was lucky I tasted two.

    Thank you, thank you for the lovely thoughtful gift. Did you sew it??? It has everything one needs whilst sewing.

    Will post photoes soon. Having busy weekend and will not be able to do anything about it. But I had to let you know that you really lifted my spirits with your lovely thoughtful gesture. ciao ciao

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    Super Member Oklahoma Suzie's Avatar
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    It's great to get gifts.

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    Hi Gwyn as promised here are the photoes of the babuska you sent me. Just love it. Thanks you once again for thinking about me... You are a very generous person. ciao

    the sewing caddy with all accessories
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    close up of face
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    Isn't Gwyn just the greatest? I'm also a recipient of one!!

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    What a charming gift! The form is a matruska -- the Russian nesting dolls. It is adorable! BTW, a babuska is a triangular head scarf. I used to make them in the late sixties to match all the outfits I made.

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