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    Super Member fleurdelisquilts.com's Avatar
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    My husband and I visited the LSU Rural Life Museum today. There was a small quilt show, and I did take pictures of a couple of quilts, but even more interesting to me were the old sewing machines and other textile artifacts.

    You can also visit the museum website here
    http://appl027.lsu.edu/rlm/rurallifeweb.nsf/index

    loom
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    one of the sewing machines
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    thread case with thread still in it
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    one of my favorites....old sign in store
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    wow, thanks for sharing

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    wow....looks very interesting! Thanks for sharing.

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    Too cool..

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    What a neat museum!!!!!!!

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    Interesting thanks for sharing them

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    What an interesting place. Thanks for taking us with you! That very old machine with the foot-shaped treadle almost looks like it was used for something other than domestic sewing.

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    I visited there a few years ago and love it but was not into quilting at the time so would like to go back someday

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    Very interesting!

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    Super Member Diana Lynne's Avatar
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    Wow, that is really interesting..Thank you so much for sharing this..I love things like this

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