Mar 24, 2009

Small presents for my friend

I made two presents for my friend.
One is for her, and the other is for her daughter.

For her, I made a hanky with Sashiko embroidery.

I put a small tag with the fabric what she sent to me.

And I made a rabbit plush for her daughter. I see her daughter sometimes on her blog. She is very cute!

I made a small ribbon with the other fabric what she sent to me, and put it on the back of the rabbit.

I'm really happy when I'm making something for somebody else.
I'm happy that I have a lot of friends to whom I want to present something.
I'm happy!!!!!


Anonymous said...

I am smiling so happily! I love to see you using the fabric I sent you! That pleases me to no end! Oh, what sweet darling delightful gifts! You are too kind! I am tearing up over what a lovely person you are and now itching to make beautiful things for friends too! Your thoughtfulness has made my day! Thank you far-away friend.
~Hugs from Emily

Anonymous said...

The gifts you made for your friend are lovely! I bet mother and daughter will be soo happy and thrilled. You inspire me to make little gifts for friends too!
I really do adore your lovely creations and the thoughtfulness you put in each and every item you made!
Can i be your friend too? hehe Have a lovely merry happy day and lots of love to you and yours!

mairuru said...

Hello Emily,
I was afraid that if you noticed this article and the small piece!
I should post it after the package will have arrived you...
I love too see your children's face!

mairuru said...

Hello Jacqueline,
Thank you very much! Of course you are my new friend!
Arigato (( * v * ))

Kyoko said...

I am a Japanese who live in the USA.
Found you on etsy, and I fell in love with your works... Everything is so adorable, you must work hard very much everyday! I love the bookmarks you have made for your customers, you can even sell it! I bet many people would buy it! What a generous person you are...

Maevy said...

Your embroidery is exquisite and I love the simple lines of the bunny plush. I have just recently discovered your blog and I am gradually reading your past posts. I greatly admire the beauty of your hand stitching.

Anonymous said...

Mai, your soo sweet! So happy to have found a new creative friend! Oh i adore that Rabbit in a pocket pouch...such a cute one! Love to you!

mairuru said...

Hello Emi,
Nice to meet you!
I like your Hiragana quilt! The font is beautiful!
I like these Sashiko threads very much. Thank you!

mairuru said...

Hello Meavy,
Thank you for your comment! I 'm not so good at embroidery, but it's really fun!

mairuru said...

Hi Jacqueline, Thank you again!
I like to put something hidden (* v *)

Anonymous said...

Mai, no worries, now it is so exciting to check the mailbox... every time I think, maybe we will get our lovely gifts from Mai? :)

I just stopped by your shop! You have been so busy and you were so sweet to mention me in your shop announcement! Thank you so much! You are so kind.

Happy weekend to you!

Anonymous said...

Your work is so beautiful and peaceful! I love Japanese craft magazines & books, the illustrations are incredibly clear. Earlier this month I spent nearly 2 hours in the NYC Japanese bookstore....and bought many books.

I think you & Emily (of Ravenhill) are great craft partners!

Richmond, Virginia

the 6 o'clock stitch said...

They are just darling. Your blog (and your shop) are wonderful!

Warm wishes...

wwwwwwwwwwwww said...

I love your work! I like the idea of using cotton fabrics. It is something I have not explored so much. You are a big inspiration to me!

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Nice Site layout for your blog. I am looking forward to reading more from you.

Fny said...

The rabbits are so cute ! Your blog is amazing and I am very happy I found it. I wrote a little something about it in my blog : and I posted pictures of things I made thanks to your tutorials ! Thank you so much for sharing you talents : D

Frimousse said...

Mai i like so so much your work, it's always a pleasure to see this old post. Thank you very much!