A few photos of recent giving & receiving.
Three more masks, all identical, and all reversible (plain black on one side, and a very manly Japanese print on the other side). Sadly, I didn’t have any matching binding, so just raided my stash and went with navy blue for the ties. These made for one of our neighbours, a teacher, who (in theory) should have been returning to work when schools reopen after 11th May BUT it turns out higher secondary school kids won’t be going back to school until September. I would have preferred to make masks in bright, fun fabrics, but understandably, our neighbour was worried about his credibility in a classroom full of teens. Oh well, I expect masks will still be in order in September, and neighbour is going to be wearing masks with the black fabric showing.
And on the receiving end . . .
my sister-in-law had fun with her sewing machine last month and made me the cutest bag ever.
And that’s not all . . . neighbour’s youngest daughter, Mona (who will be 3 in September) proudly presented us with some of her recent art-work.
and one for the husband.