The room at the left is the china cabinet of my Wabi Sabi friends who live in the woods of New Hampshire and make maple syrup and maple sugar. Every piece of glassware or china in their kitchen is from estate sales, handed down, found in thrift shops, recycled, maybe chipped a little, used a lot. It feels so good to be there and to eat at their table.
|These little pouches were made by a woman in France with Boro patching and Sashiko stitchery and came to me all sewn up in that wonderful fabric wrapper with a little felt bow and hand lettered tag. We all loved these babies.|