New stock...

Thursday, 17 December 2009




A few bits and bobs that have been waiting patiently to be listed. A new JINKY bag complete with flutterby, in the shop here 







A little moth landed on this one... its in the fairysteps shop here







And possibly my favourite of the batch... a rag tag ALDER wild wood bag in chestnut nubuck, in the fairysteps shop here







A rather nice WITHY tabbed, listed here







O and a small flock of PAN purses... in the shop here



Its been business as usual for me, back to work in the studio / workshop (studio sounds much posher, lets stick to that...). Thank you everyone for well wishes for my little ones recovery. I think that at last she may be on the mend. Its nearly time for the shop to close and for Mr & Mrs Fairysteps and family to dive head first into Christmas... starting on Sunday!!!! Yippee!!!! Is everyone as excited as me?



Last notes

  • I have nearly finished an amazing pair of boots (Mary you are going to love them!) which I will be showing on the blog over the next couple of days...

  • I still havent made my Christmas cake BUT I did handwash all of those jumpers, and just as well because the temperature has plummeted here.

  • This needs saying again, the temperature has plummeted here! Fingers and toes are at the dropping off stage.

The snowman theme music is playing and I think I need a satsuma, right away, bye x

2 comments

  1. Sigh...now if I wasn't such a terrible procrastinator, I would have ordered a bag (I love the Wildwood range) or shoes (or even both!) ages ago when I first discovered your gorgeous blog! But sadly I am on the other side of this beautiful planet and have now missed the opportunity. But I applaud your decision Ren, and hope it doesn't impact on your business too much. I wish I was brave enough to take such a stand, but when you live in the most isolated city in the world it's just not feasible, just to post a Christmas package to my brother in Melbourne is equal to a plane trip from Dublin to Istanbul!

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