I spy something "not a hankie" under that amazing avalanche!
My fingers are itching to do some embroidery. (I am envious of your beautiful rose). I think this week I will begin to embellish the kimono just a little (just to get me going on it, to break the fear of doing it.)
Hankie mountain--so inviting! Lush, plush reds, so sensuous! Blessings abound.
And I thought I had a good hankie stash! LOL Beautiful wordless post!
I think I see a hanky skirt in your future. ;) I also see some artwork peeking out. The rose is beautiful in the candle light. Is that a piece of foreign currency? I love the wing on the angel. Enjoy your day and bask in the glow from your rockstar boro. xoxo
Merry Christmas Melanie.
Hi, Melanie. I inherited a handkerchief stack/collection (not quite as tall as yours) from my mom. When I finally sat down to look at them, I was bowled over by the beauty of some of the very old ones. New respect. Somehow, I think it's sad that your stack was sold off rather than loved by family, but those handkerchiefs landed in good hands. Your flower embroidery is sumptuous. Happy holiday stitching!
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