I received my Fibreshare package this year again! It’s my third time. I could not be more happy to find out that they’d included Europe option. I am not really sure are we considered domestic, or international, when we send inside EU 😀
I sent to my partner Stefanie in Austria. I chose some Bulgarian and Turkish yarns that we have here. I also sent to my partner some spinning fibre, as she likes to spin. I packaged everything in linen, as I want to reduce the waste we produce at home. Anyway, she is a sewist too, so I think she can make something with the fabric 🙂 I also sent some sweets, lipbalm with yoghurt and soap with roses. We’re the country of yoghurt and roses, but it’s forbidden to send liquids, so I couldn’t send the small souvenir perfumes that are sold here…
And here is what I received from my partner Charlotte in Denmark. She’s absolutely amazing 🙂
This is an original Fibreshare project bag. When someone sends me a project bag, handmade or commercial, I really want to buy a sewing machine 😀
This is Cascade yarns, red tweed. I can’t express how much I loved it. It’s squishy and though I am not a very red person, I am absolutely a tweed person 😀 It looks like perfect hat and shawl set for the winter.
And that’s 100% cotton worsted weight in blue! Mirasol Hap’i. Here there’s not much worsted cotton sold, so I am happy to have it and I’ll make a fast summer top from it.
And that’s some Malabrigo, very beautiful hand dyed. I just can’t stop looking at it. It’s frame worthy 😀
Some pretty stitch markers by Artemis yarns.
She was very thoughtful to send me a hand cream without aroma, as I had mentioned I am allergic to almost any aroma (that’s serious, I cough, sneeze and hardly can take breath from soaps, kitchen sanitizers, perfumes, etc. I do not however react to fruits natural aroma).
I loved this turn and I hope to have the budget to sign up again. Although I really need to finish a lot of my stash before buying/receiving new yarn…