Tuesday, 15 July 2008

more gifts in the post

Tricia sent me this lovely bar of organic honey and oatmeal after reading about my daughter who suffers with excema. Tricia had had a customer whos little girl had it all over and after using this soap she was so much better, so kindly she sent me a bar to try out. Also in the pic is a knitted face cloth. I know i always knit these but i'd not got round to trying one out myself so the other night with a bit of cream cotton yarn i had left decided to whip on up just in plain knit and wow, its true what they say, you will never go back to shop bought ones after using one of these, they are so soft, im going to be making some more of these to add to a little basket and keep in the bathroom.
Also this lovely brooch came from Monda which was a total suprise, look at the lovely button and the super neat stitching, and i little etsy card, i love these i really must get some.
Thank you Monda

11 comments:

Gina said...

Lovely gifts in the post. I keep meaning to make one of these face cloths.

Penny said...

You are one special girl Sarah, it's no wonder people are sending you gifts in the mail! I also wanted to say something about the eczema, I have a friend who tried giving her daughter omega3 supplements for this and it worked wonders for her, and it's also very good for your heart.
~Penny

Decorami Mis Labores said...

Cute gifts, congrats!

Kitty said...

What lovely gifts. I used to bath my kids in oatmeal baths when they were little and suffering eczema. x

JuicyFig said...

I can't beleive you haven't used one of your own face cloths! I can definatly vouch for there wonderful softness - I LOVE MINE!!!

Kath
x

Vintage Amethyst said...

Lucky you, such lovely goodies in the post.
Love
Alison x

funkymonkey said...

Hi, thanks for visiting. My son did have eczema but he has grown out of it now - so perhaps your little one might be lucky too. Love the blog by the way. Especially its spottiness!

driftwood shack said...

Hey how cool i have the boredom freshold of a goldfish but love wool, so maybe even I could do a face cloth, I am guessing they're square right? DoH!

saganaga said...

Oh bummer, I missed the June Russian Doll swap, will there be another in the future? Let me know, thanks!

silverpebble said...

That looks like beautiful soap and a lovely facecloth - really hope it helps. Gorgeous brooch too. Clever Monda.

Garden Girl said...

how lovely- I must knit some of those cloths as well. The soap looks gorgeous, hope it works. Eczma is horrid, espcially for children..have you tried oats in a pop sock thrown into the bath? Worked for me when I was little..x