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Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Those cats are back! Sweden/Japan Complete!

Swap Details:
Swapper1: Anjali Japan, Asia
Malin Sweden, Europe

Swedish stuff arrives in Japan
When I opened up my swap package from Malin in Sweden, I had a smile as big as I imagine Moomintroll would be in real life. (And that's big.) That's because everything in the envelope was fantastic, from the book about recrafting old wool sweaters, to the colorful fabrics and everything in between, most especially the handmade Moomin crafts!
All of it, especially the cool-looking map of Stockholm, makes me want to visit Sweden sometime soon. Is everyone there as fashionable as the girls in the sweater-crafts book and as cheerful as Malin? Maybe not, but even if they're only half as fashionable and cheerful, I'd still be happy.

Japanese Stuff arrives in Sweden
If you look really hard, beyond the curious cat, you may see some of the lovelyness I got from Anjali in Japan. There´s a book, Handmade Zakka, some pretty fabrics and buttons and some Japanese KitKats (the Aussie KitKats tastes better, but these are more fun!). I loved the package, thanks a lot Anjali!

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