An embroidered smock dressA woven plant holder/hanger.Another terrarium for the collection.Lots of cloth and paper flowers too. ↑ A box of these blue ones will live mounted on my wall I think, until I decide to sell them.I fell in love with this tiny wardrobe, what a sausage eh? I think it was them tiny hangers what did it. ↓ Melt.One of those things ↓A spangly embroidery, done by hand with a wacky sense of perspective. I keep hearing people say that 'the nautical look' is very hot in interiors right now. But actually the 'Carmen Miranda in the old folks home' look is way better.A splodgy, brooding landscape.A jumble of tripods, just waiting for some clever sausage to turn them into lamps.One of my favourite Danish cooking pots, in red this time - pretty perfect.And some extremely old, extremely flaky embroideries. I reckon they're late 1800s what do you think? I love the mix of embroidery and paper and painting. Here's Jesus ↓And here's Moses being floated down the river ↓ Beautiful, but very fragile too. I bought them from a splendid plummy lady - very well spoken and a little bit miffed by the general clientele of the car boot sale - who had the most gentle, dainty whippet. I imagined them going home to a big nest made of splendid dusty textiles.