Sunday, February 21, 2010

Kind Hearts and a Pinkeep

Worthy Hands

Be worthy, love thy neighbor
Kind hearts are the gardens
Kind thoughts are the seeds
Kind words are blossoms
The fruits are kind deeds.

by


I made this little bag with their beautiful design that of Alice and Sally long ago, and now Alice is the sole proprietor of our beloved Kindred Spirits. I treasure their kind simplicity.



This little necessary of a box with a drawer latches onto a table. The primitive linen pinkeep is so very endearing with it's wee mended spot just for a favorite needle. Thimbles in the drawer, and everything is ready for a quiet sewing session in the front parlor.

I procured this little wonder from Curry's Antiques in beautiful Lancaster, Ohio.


6 comments:

Nancy said...

Hi Christine...Oh, I love Kindred Spirits. I have ordered their wool and it is wonderful.
Such a lovely bag and verse. And such a functional little pinkeep...the beauty is in it's simplicity.

Have a wonderful day,
Hugs, Nancy

...Miss...Maddie's... said...

Love the little poem...
Hope all is well in beautiful Oregon.
Susan

Finegan Antiques said...

A beautiful sentiment. Such simple words but such a powerful meaning. The bag is wonderful as is the pinkeep.

Donna

Heather said...

This is so sweet! I love pinkeeps, they're so dainty pretty and useful!~

Atticbabys said...

Hello Zwee!
love the little bag... beautiful stitching and sentiment!
Soooo loving that floor cloth below too!!!

Nan

Marta said...

Beautiful sweet tiny pinkeep. How lucky to live in such beautiful state, years ago my husband and I travelled partly on the Oregon Trail, I've never forgotten the covered wagon ruts on the way and Chimney Rock.
Thank you Christine! for your heartfelt comments I love what I'm doing, it's so rewarding! I am learning as well. I have open books of reference all over the house!
I am so thrilled you visited.
Hugs
Marta