Tuesday, 26 August 2014

A parcel

Last week a small parcel arrived in the mail, it was from L'uccello, a haberdashery and fancy goods store in Melbourne, who also stock a small range of quilting fabric (including Liberty fabrics) and other interesting bits and pieces.  I have yet to visit the bricks and mortar shop but it is on the top of my list when I get to visit Melbourne again, I've read several good reports on it from several bloggers.

The parcel arrived in the usual Australia Post envelope and inside was a little parcel tied with string and an envelope.  As I wished to save the envelope,  I opened it carefully and discovered that it was actually a piece of paper that had been folded into an envelope.  My order of course was in the nicely wrapped parcel,

Nothing very much, just some buttons for using on a bag I am part way through constructing, Liberty bias binding to pretty up a summer top and a small tin of soap, which I bought because I liked the tin. (I'm a bit of a sucker for a nice tin and I seem to have a small collection now)


  1. I've been there twice now it is a little treasure of a shop.

  2. Don't you just love opening par els that come in the mail? Thank goodness for online shopping!

  3. Gotta love anything from l'uccello! Just wait until you visit in person!!


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