I'm crazy about Sarah Smith

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"Look what I got in the Post!" (spoken in my best fake British accent)

This Sarah Smith tote is full of Sarah Smith goodies. Opening the package was like Christmas. Everything is so pretty and fresh looking.

Some of you may remember weeks ago I won a giveaway from Jane at Posy. Thanks again Jane! Jane is a fabulous blogger that lives in Devon, England and I've been reading Jane for almost 2 years now. I was so delighted to win her giveaway. Of course I loved the crochet heart she made - I have it hanging in my sewing room - but the main giveaway was for these fabulous Sarah Smith cleaning cloths. They are made and sold in the UK and I've never seen anything comparable to them before. I went to their website and was wowed by all their beautiful products. As someone who loves fabric it was fun to see such beautiful patterns and designs on kitchen accessories. I knew I had to find a way to buy some of their products for me and for unique gifts. And get this. My gushing about their products got me on their blog.
These tea towels above look like they were made from vintage fabric. But the cloth feels kind of like a cross between Ultrasuede and pellon. The material is soft, light weight, super absorbent and long lasting.

When you go to the home page for Sarah Smith you can register for a free cloth. Then look at all the delicious looking items they sell. You have to email them to place an order for the USA.

So I emailed Clive and Becky from the company, such great customer service and public relations. Becky called me at home so I could place my order. My sister-in-law's birthday is next week and I thought it would be fun to give her a couple Sarah Smith items and I had to get a couple things for me! After all Mother's Day is Sunday and my birthday is next month! Well along with my order Clive and Becky send me packages and packages of free cleaning cloths to give out to friends where I live and in the blogging world. I love the red ones Jane sent me but really all the colors and patterns are so pretty I'm not sure which is my favorite. Thanks Sarah Smith!

I've been so busy admiring each little package but next week I'll be sending a few out to some special blogging friends as well as 2 of my blog readers. So leave a comment I'll put your name in a drawing for a package of 3 Sarah Smith cleaning cloths. I'll announce 2 winners on May 15.


Sarah Smith has conquered the problem of plain or boring cleaning cloths and greatly improved on the absorbency. Now if they could just conquer unattractive patterns on tissue boxes! Wouldn't it be great to buy Kleenex with boxes in such fabulous designs!

-nanette

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32 comments

Anonymous said...

yes,yes,,,sarah smith,,,ooo la la!! i agree whole hearterly about the kleenex box designs,,,i agonize every time i buy a box on which one will come the closest to fitting into my abode!!!

belinda said...

i made the comment above,,,,i did not mean to be anonymous!!!

Nancy said...

Oh yes, put me in the draw!! I would love to try them out.

Blondie said...

Ooooo, I LOVE this Sarah Smith stuff! I've just been drooling all over their website- thanks for the link!

Jodi said...

Sarah Smith. So cute! Don't forget me! I'm gonna have to go take a looksee at their website. I'm a home cleaner by trade, and how fun would it be to clean with these instead of old worn out ugly dish rags! Whew Who! Thanks for sharing Nanette.

PamKittyMorning said...

Oh my, could those be any cuter? I saw them over on Posy's blog and went nuts. I love when useful things are also pretty!

Anonymous said...

I've never heard of Sara Smith, but I'm going to check out the website. Very cute!

Coleen

Kim said...

I'd love to be in the drawing too! Very Cute Cleaning Cloths. Maybe I'd be more likely to clean more often?! ; )

Hope you're feeling better!

jen said...

Wow !I love them too and I haven't even hopped over to their site yet. They sound really customer oriented, and the cloths just couldn't be any cuter! Thanks for enlightening us all!

purple and paisley said...

how nice that they mentioned you on their blog...and they have a great blog! seriously, those cleaning cloths are just too pretty to use - or maybe they make cleaning that more fun! i think you probably have to dress up when you clean...=)...love the tote, too...i need to place an order =)

Hannah said...

Everything on their website looks gorgeous! I'd love a chance to win. Thank you.

dot said...

I have never heard of Sarah Smith. Looks like really nice merchandise. I would like to be added to the drawing.

Busty LaRue said...

Ooh! You get fun stuff in the mail! All I ever get is bills :( Those cleaning cloths are beautiful....maybe I would actually clean if I had something that pretty. haha!

Michelle said...

These are so much more beautiful than the old rags I use to clean with. Maybe I'd be more excited about cleaning if I had these. At least I can hope. :)

eileen said...

Oh my goodness Nanette.. I have to put my name in. These cloths have been calling to me every since I saw them on another blog somewhere a few weeks ago. I can't imagine cleaning with them! Thanks for gushing about them!

Stephanie said...

I'll be heading over to Sarah Smith pronto. LOVE the designs and I totally agree about Kleenex. How very nice to be willing to give some of these gorgeous cloths away.

erica e said...

nice! i could use a little something to lift my spirits while cleaning. please add me to the drawing!

Nancy said...

Never heard such enthusiasm about cleaning cloths! Sign me up!

n, np

Glenna said...

These are fabulous, Nanette! Thanks for sharing. Can't wait to get a chance to look at their site!!!

Lola said...

OK!! Where have I been that I have not see Sarah Smith products before! Those are awesome!!

Blakely said...

I love a contest, and especially for something so pretty.

Darlene said...

Like so many others, I'd never heard of Sarah Smith but I'm excited about her cleaning cloths. LOL

Sign me up! :-)

Connie, Town Bees Beekeeper said...

The fabric you used on the log cabin quilt (previous post) - I love it - especially the bee hives - where can I find this?
Your story should be a great lesson for all of us - we all make mistakes.

annette said...

Please enter me in the draw. I'm thinking cleaning might become a whole new experience by using something so pretty!!! Really enjoy your blog. Have to tell you my heart went out to you in such a big way while reading your log cabin/lost quilt story. You are a lucky woman - but your sister and niece are also lucky to have someone in their lives that would go to such lengths for them!! :) Enjoy the day and weekend!

Oiyi said...

Omg, those are fabulous! Now that is cleaning with style.

Tamra said...

How "loverly" Those cloths look great. They make me think of those cleaning ladies (can't remember the show) that have added fur and beads and stuff to their cleaning gloves ( I think they are British too). Gotta have fun while doing the mundane.

Jackie said...

I have never heard of Sara Smith products, but I am in love with the colors and design. These certainly would make a more mundane task a bit more fun!! Thanks for the opportunity on the drawing.

~D Spack~ said...

OK I enter, maybe just maybe someday I'll win...now we just need aprons to match those cleaning cloths! Thanks!

Nancy said...

Thank you for the sweet birthday wishes you sent me last week. These cloths looking really fantastic, and I would love to try them out.

Judy said...

I just found your blog - how fun. I'd love to be entered in your drawing for the Sarah Smith cloths. YEAH!

Judy said...

I just found your blog - how fun. I'd love to be entered in your drawing for the Sarah Smith cloths. YEAH!

Des said...

I love it when I can be cute AND cleaning the house at the same time. These are adorable!