Well, the mystery remains, I have yet to find out who sent the pillowcases that I posted yesterday. I think I will have to use an old fashioned method of trying to track someone down, the United States Post Office! I had said yesterday that I would just address the letter to resident, but Juliet had a wonderful idea and that was to address the note to The Pillowcase Fairy Godmother. I love that. So if I don't hear from this lovely person who so generously sent in her cases by Monday, I will then employ the help of the old fashioned mail system :)
I have one more post of pillowcases lined up after today and then we will have a little break, unless some come in today or tomorrow. Today's cases came from Beki B. who lives and works in Waterloo, Iowa. Here is a link to her business, http://www.bekissewing.net/. She has a lovely custom sewing and alteration business. She also has an Etsy business, https://www.etsy.com/shop/BekisCustomSewing that she plans to be filling shortly, just in time for the holidays, so add her to your favorites list and check back.
Do you see the resemblance to the last pillowcase and the colors in this drawing?
And look at this lovely drawing and how the water resembles the dye of the batik. This is another book that I would highly recommend if you have a child that that enjoys books. You can find it here on Amazon.
Thank you so much Beki for your generous contribution. Your 10 cases brings us to a total of 767 pillowcases!!!!! I'm getting a kick out of the numbers reminding me of airplanes, i.e. Boeing 757, Boeing 767. Perfect for our Asian excursian!!http://www.rhondabuss.blogspot.com/2013/06/the-simplified-pillowcase-instructions.html You can also read more about the project through the previous posts that I have done, http://www.rhondabuss.blogspot.com/search/label/Mary%20Bridge It's been quite a journey and it isn't over yet!
Thanks so much!