I was going through some sewing notions that a friend gave me when I found this:
Apparently it was a thing in the ’80s (never saw one then) and is now “vintage.” ’Scuse you, internet. The ’80s was just 4 years ago.
I was googling it to find out about it when I came across Galen Leather and its catalog of wonderful and esoteric things! You know how much I love good craftsmanship. And then, then … I saw this:
But it’s a frivolity and we are in a position to eschew frivolities at the moment.
Still … my birthday’s coming up and I wanted to give Dude a heads-up as to something he could get me relatively inexpensively (I thought) that I really wanted. What I didn’t know was that it was coming from Turkey (shipping ain’t cheap)!
Anyhoo, he didn’t wait for my birthday (silly man 🤪) and so this happened:
The craftsmanship at every level is exquisite. The box is heavy, tidy kraft. The logo is lovely. The pouch that the coffee and tea packets come in is fine cloth. The envelope that the protractor is in is heavy embossed cardstock (almost chipboard). Everything about this is lovely and perfect.
Protractor: 10/10 cannot regret frivolousness
Husband: 10/10 would marry again
2 thoughts on “A thingymajig out of the blue”
I had a clear plastic ine in school.
I had one of those plastic ones! I never did figure out what all the pieces were for. But that fancy one . . . your lust is justified.