Thursday, February 15, 2018

Happy InCoWriMo Mail!

I am feeling so spoiled! Just look at the happy mail I found in my mailbox this week.

When my friend, Christine, agreed to swap letters with me through InCoWriMo this year, I had no idea I was going to receive such a treat. If you click on the photo to see a larger image, you may be able to tell Christine sewed the patches together on the card she made for me. I love her "patchwork" - it is absolutely darling! 

You may have noticed my favorite shape is a heart. So, the card of heart buttons is a wonderful treat. And I cannot wait to play with these gorgeous threads!

Thank you so very much, Christine!

If you would like to see some of Christine's pretty quilting and embroidery projects, you may find them on her blog, Patchwork Allsorts, here or on Facebook, here.

Thank you!

February is International Correspondence Writing Month (InCoWriMo). You may find more about it here. Or search #incowrimo on Instagram to see what others are mailing and receiving.


Queeniepatch said...

You receive generous gifts because you are a very generous person yourself! You always have something positive and encouraging to say, your embroideries and SALs inspire others. There is no wonder you get such good response from your readers.

Createology said...

I completely agree with Queeniepatch. Lovely mail treasures dear...<3

Katie said...

How fun. You deserve it!

Susan said...

What sweet mail! She really did mail treasures and you really do deserve nice things happening to you.

Christine B. said...

I am so glad that you enjoyed the little treats I sent Renee! It is such fun to exchange correspondence and such fun to receive items in the mail! Have a wonderful weekend! Christine x

Magpie's Mumblings said...

What fun things to have appear in your mailbox! I'm sure we will be seeing those heart buttons appearing in your crazy quilt pieces before long.

Brigitte said...

Such a wonderful card from Christine. These textile cards are so great to make and you can use so many different block patterns and embroidery stitches.