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Thread: Kelim

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    That is stunning - can't wait to see it finished!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan in VA View Post
    It is interesting for us to learn a little bit about your country, your life, from one who actually lives there -- instead of from news media. It's sad for many of us when we hear of the deprivation other cultures live under, such as the shortages you mentioned.

    How did you learn your lovely English?
    Besides quilting and other fiber crafts, what things keep you busy each day?
    Do you have pets like so many here on QB do?

    Please feel free not to answer if this invades your privacy! I only ask in the curiosity of one quilter for another; I do not intend to be impolite.
    Iran is a country with different climate,Types of fruits and saffron and oil-rich.Most factories are closed , there is Chinese goods in the markets and drugs are from china and India. My colleague died after cesarean Because anesthetic was china.Most medicines are past expiration date but are used.Internet is very slow here and also filter,youtube and facebook are lock and must be used anti filter. I'm a teacher.Leisure hours I do crochet,knitting,cross stitch,traditional hand work,kelim,carpet.
    When I was at high school and then at the University We had 2 hour English on week .your comments is useful for Better understand and the writing .There's English Language classes and my friends go for learn.Yes ,Few people have dog and cat,We have 3cats and 2 kitties that Born two weeks ago .Thanks for your interest and attention.

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    Beautiful weaving you are doing, and thank you for sharing it with us. Thank you also for telling us a bit about your life and your country.
    Yooper32 aka: Donna B

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    Thank you for sharing your beautiful work with us. I would not have the patience to set up the loom.
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    Your work is beautiful! Thank you for sharing both your work and a peak into your life.

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    It is so good people in Iran are as interested in us as we are them. We all can learn much from one another.
    Thank you so much for sharing with us Joan

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    That is beautiful! I tried weaving at one point and I miss it, but it would definitely would be a long time before I could get to your skill level. Thanks for sharing.

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    You definitely have friends here and we are interested in your creative arts. The weaving is just beautiful and the loom reminds me of pictures I've seen of looms used by Navaho Indians here, out west. Hope we hear from you often.

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    Thank you for posting your beautiful work here. It is always interesting to hear about different cultures and see what beautiful work is done elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mermaid View Post
    That is just too beautiful for words. You are very talented!
    I agree! This is a beautiful work of art! Thank you so much for sharing your work with us. Thank you also for sharing a little of your culture and life with us.

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    That is so beautiful and what talent, I hope that you are sharing that skill with others.

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    I am glad all I have to do is look to enjoy. I can't imagine the patience and talent it takes to weave such a wonder

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