Your first Frivols that is?
Mine came in the mail last week and I could not be more thrilled. I ordered the accompanying "finishing kit" as well, which comes with background, binding, and any extra fabric required for making the project. The Frivols is contained in the little tin box with see-through window, and the accessory fabric is packaged separately as you can see.
Here it is all unboxed so you can see what all you get in the tin. A roll of the fabric collection, the project instructions, and some material on how to make a second project. It is done very nicely and is so appealing.
I won't lie though, these cutie patooties are pricey. The Frivols itself was $37 and the finishing kit was $50. That is cutting into my monthly fabric budget I can tell you. My membership in the $40 per month Kim Diehl club may have to be suspended. Not sure I can do both. Particularly since I seem to be lagging in keeping up.
Speaking of which...I had a little accident over the weekend that is going to impede my sewing for at least a week. I fell in the shower and sprained my hand. It is all puffy and swollen and not particularly usable, especially for rotary cutting. My right hand naturally. It was such a stupid thing that I did. You know those scrubby little things that are meant for scrubbing the dry skin on your heels? I was lathering away on one foot, put it down and somehow slipped on the soapy residue. If you have one of those things, use it in the bathtub, not in the shower. It has been five days now, and it is showing signs of improvement, so with luck I will be able to use my hand again by the weekend and maybe get started on one project or another!