There’s just one Catcher this week (and I’m in catch-up mode )
Wedgewood expresso set: Ginger Lee
OMG! The cups would be just the thing for my friend and neighbor, Syd. For his birthday, he received an espresso machine-and he has only one espresso cup to his name. These five cups would mean he can share coffee with guests, in style.
Ginger: I’m sending this on one condition: that you are the first guest Syd invites and that you send back a picture!
Bright and bold sweater:
I’m surprised no one asked for this—it is beautiful for someone bold enough to wear it.
I’m adding it to UNCLAIMED CLUTTER, where it will show up sometime in the future.
Below are some other things that fall into that category. These items are still up for grabs; first comment, first served.
Still available: Nadera doll, handmade by widows in Afghanistan
Tiny beaded pig keychain: from Zimbabwe
Thanks to Cluttercast readers, mystery is now solved.
If you would like to have any of the unclaimed clutter, please let me know in a comment. If you know someone else who might like it, I hope you’ll share this and let them know.
This Week's Catchers, Unclaimed Clutter
Once or twice a year a box used to arrive at our house from a Hollywood studio. Inside would be an assortment of t-shirts or books and other items tied into the promotion of a new movie about to be released. These care packages were always addressed to my son Daniel, sent by a family friend working at the studio. Getting a new package was always fun for Daniel’s group of friends–not just seeing what was in the package, but he always shared whatever he got.
It was kind of like having a fairy godmother. These shirts came from the remake of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. In Hollywood, fairy godmothers don’t deal with glass slippers and pumpkins.
(2 blue shirts men’s size L, one gray XL)
If you would like to have this item, please let me know in a comment. If you know someone else who might like it, I hope you’ll share this and let them know.
New Cluttercast, Unclaimed Clutter
Thank you to everyone who voted on the vintage handsewn quilt:
Emily: I’m so happy to give you this quilt as a housewarming gift; and hope it will make Cleveland feel more like “home.”
These are items that no one asked for—or the winners did not claim, even though I tried to contact them by email. Please feel free to comment below if you’d like one of the following.
Chinese killer whales–click link for original post on this item
Angel earrings–click link for original post on this item and others below
If you would like to have any of these items, please let me know in a comment. If you know someone else who might like something, I hope you’ll share this and let them know.