Ethnic, embroidery and other eccentricies


Finds from an initially unpromising-looking jumble sale in the Scout Hut in Newick, and mostly items for other people; a swathe of striped canvas (probably for my mother, who makes endless sets of seat cushions for garden chairs); a lovely square of Middle Eastern embroidery, not quite big enough to be a tablecloth, but surely of some decorative purpose (for my brother’s girlfriend, who has been enthusiastically participating in Usual Shop transactions at the other end of the family, but until recently not within my orbit); two vintage tablemats (ditto); a large wall-hanging, ethnic of some description and a really nice vintage piece (I have a recipient in mind for this); and a couple of plant pots (’50s-style one with green graphics for me, the other to be filled with something pretty for C’s birthday).  




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