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Thread: Vintage Feedsacks

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    Super Member nhnative's Avatar
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    That was a great find. You very seldom see that many for sale

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    I love the older vintage and antique fabrics, lucky you, but I am jealous !

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    I'm almost envious (but that's not nice). I love the 30's & 40's vintage prints. My sister and I went on an Alaskan cruise last year. One of the quilt shops we visited (we went to 4) had lots of those prints. I bought enough to make myself a Vintage Churn Dash quilt. Will get to it soon. Am making one now for a DGD and then have one in line for our queen bed. I'll get it to soon, though.

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    Lucky you. Those are all fun fabrics as well.

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    I hope you were able to take advantage of all those feedsacks... it's been a year+, can you post any photos we can drool over???

    Quote Originally Posted by susansomethings View Post
    ok here is a pic...of the box full & then what I will be working with for this project

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    Warning! If someone comes to your door telling you they are from the government and they're checking to see how bad the ticks are in your area, and then tell you to take off your clothes and dance around so they can check for ticks.... DON'T DO IT!!! This is a scam! They just want to see you naked! I wish someone had told me this yesterday, I feel so stupid.
    http://www.quiltdasher.blogspot.com/...bel/long%20arm

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    Just beautiful!!!
    Friendship is a sheltering tree.

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