|Grace and Lily survey the crap weather|
I was pleased with this awesome kilt I scored for Grace at the second hand clothes stall. I'm delighted with the heirloom tomatoes, basil, beetroot and mint for $1 a pot at the plants. And I'm pretty happy that I kept this little scrap of wild orange chenille for a dress for Lily. Even in the rain, it was a good day.
That wild orange chenille is making me swoon. Gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Thanks Kim, if there had been enough fabric I'd have been tempted to make myself one.ReplyDelete
Guess where that Laird kilt came from??? Which italian family living in Northcote has got scottish connections?? 7 degrees of seperation truly.......truly scrumptious on her and so happy to know it went to a good family!ReplyDelete
No way! it had the. Feel of authenticity, so glad to know it's the real deal. How fabulous to get the provenance.ReplyDelete