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Need to sew

by ysoldateague July 24, 2008

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This morning I took a walk in the sun to pick up a parcel. It turned out to be a rather large box, with some adorable stickers on it. If you read half as many craft blogs as I do this will look pretty familiar, it was actually seeing this skirt of Kate’s that finally got me to place my order – the coupon she sent me helped justify it too!
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Recognise that little birdy? The box came from here, and inside were two beautifully wrapped kits and a lovely hand written note.

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The green ribbon tying the first kit together quickly took up residence in my hair.

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It’s stay was short, however, since it was replaced with this red one as soon as I unwrapped the second kit.

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Unfortunately the only thing not included in these kits was the time to actually sew them. Sigh.

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I have this pile looking at me accusingly too. I guess as their tagline suggests I’ll just have to make time. Is sleep actually required?

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