If this tiny sleepy village on the side of a steep, wooded Mediterranean cliff were on Santa's map, he'd surely have instructed his elves to craft a little sewing machine for the little girl - the only little girl - who lived here, as she'd asked for in her letter to him. Or maybe he'd have asked his elves to refurbish a very basic, used sewing machine for her. As it happened, the Santa in this house read the letter, took stock of space and budget limitations, and placed a toy sewing machine under the Christmas tree.
This sewing machine, despite being a toy, stitches quite well, even though it can only take light fabrics as it isn't very powerful. But because it's designed for little seamstresses, is super light and small, and can run on batteries alone: it's a sewing machine that Rebecca can take out, use and put away on her own.
The huge smile that appeared on Rebecca's face when she unwrapped her magical Christmas present - a smile made of equal doses of disbelief, joy and gratefulness - warmed up this terrestrial Santa's heart. Then she went to work, and can you guess whom she sewed her first project for?