Thursday, 24 September 2009

Swap Parcel Arrives

Look what has arrived in the post!

My secret swap partner was Jewells. She is very organised and has already sent my lovely gifts for Wash Cloth Swap #2 organised by Jodie.

Jewells gets her yarn from the US, which accounts for the nice, soft colours, and her knitting is beautiful and the sun pattern is so cheerful.

I now have to get out in the garden and plant my seeds. They will add some lovely bright colour for the summer and some spice to our stir frys.

Thanks so much Jewells, I'm very spoilt.

By the way, the sky has now returned to normal, although there is a fine layer of red over everything outside. We now need a good drenching to wash it away.

7 comments:

Anne said...

Lucky you to receive such pretty washcloths and seeds to add colour to your garden. Hope you get some rain soon to wash away all that dust. We had rain without the dust and had lots of flooding in our street - made it to TV news, complete with floating rubbish bins, but no major damage :0)

loulee said...

Be careful what you wish for! That good drenching may not be all good. LOL
You know you can eat the Nasturtiums too! They have a pappery taste, the leaves are lovely in a salad even the flowers are edible.

Sandi said...

Lovely handmade wash cloths, lucky girl. A good selection of seeds too.

sue said...

Your swap parcel looks wonderful. Those dishcloths look lovely in those colors, and what a great selection of seeds. I better get my parcel organised to send off.

Vanessa said...

Very nice!

Jelly Wares said...

What an awesomne swap parcel!!!! I love both the cloths and all of those seeds look just fantastic and are sure to add some colour to your garden...

Take Care :)

Kate said...

Lucky you, that swap parcel is fantastic. The cloths and the seeds look so colourful, perfect for springtime.