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Thread: 1969 Fabric

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjomomma
    What an awesome find!! The sales ad is neat. Susan would notice the ice cream.
    LOL

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    Hey! I know those movie cinemas!!!

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    "Funny Girl" is showing at the Northland Cinema and the South County Cinema theaters! My favorite movie of all time!

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    I'm cracking up at the phone #!! OLive?

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    Our Phone # used to be Beverly

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    Quote Originally Posted by redkimba
    I'm very tempted to frame some of the backs.
    They are wonderful! Idea - how about printing some of them on fabric and scatter them into the quilt top or back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redkimba
    I'm very tempted to frame some of the backs.
    They are wonderful! Idea - how about printing some of them on fabric and scatter them into the quilt top or back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvTooQuilt
    SO would walmart price match you think??

    Great find.. Id frame a few blocks in two sided glass and the rest Id make into a quilt..
    What a great idea to frame a couple of blocks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by redkimba
    I started going through some of the boxes from my grandmother. She did some paper piecing, but the fabric dates to (at earliest) 1969.

    Since it's been inside a house since then, would I be able to sew them in a quilt? I'm worried that the fabric will shatter, but then again it IS polyester....
    Thanks for the trip down Memory Lane... :-)

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    Yeah and I saw Chitty Chitty Bang Bang! Fun.

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