Sewn Needle holder Pear on vintage red book by iHanna, Copyright Hanna Andersson

I made a (one) pear.

Needle pin cushion by iHanna, Copyright Hanna Andersson

He was happy to join the family meeting.

Pumpkin, pear, apples by iHanna, Copyright Hanna Andersson

My pear can be used to stick needles in, or just as plain decoration.

Windfalls in the garden photo by iHanna, Copyright Hanna Andersson
A pear among apples.

I’m in love with my pear.

I also love the word windfalls that I just learned today. I looked up fallfrukt which means “fruit that fell from the tree”. Not as pretty in Swedish as it is in English. Windfalls!

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12 Responses to Windfalls

  1. Sister Diane says:

    How cute that is! Excellent choice of fabrics. You may have also read that “windfall” also can mean “an unexpected gift,” as in seeing this post today. :-)

  2. iHanna says:

    Diane: No! Is it true? I just looked up the translation for the Swedish word. I had no idea. I was thinking it would be a great name for a blog, and now it’s even greater! thanks!

  3. Cre8Tiva says:

    a pear…the pear…how lovely…and the windfall…fruitful…have a good weekend…blessings, rebecca

  4. Abbie says:

    Oh, it looks wonderful! I love the shades of green.

  5. Your pear is beautiful! Your photography is breathtaking! I love your blog! Hugs, Laura

  6. eva says:

    Hi Hanna!
    I think your pear is perfect! I?d like to see a whole bowl filled with these – in different colors of green, yellow and other autumnal shades.
    Have a nice weekend!:)

  7. claudia says:

    Windfall is a wonderful word – and your pear is lovely!

  8. jessica says:

    The pear pin cushion is adorable. I had a lot of fun looking at your blog.


  9. Anke says:

    No wonder you are in love with that pear! Looks delicious ;) And fits so perfect with the real fruits! Enjoy looking at it and of course using it.

  10. Patricia says:

    Your pear is beautiful !!! I wish I could speak your language – it looks lovely and it probably sounds better.

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