simple life, vintage & thrifted treasures...
I would love to help you sort through your stuff. I can only imagine all the treasures I would find! ;)
Treasures, once. Now, perplexing surplus.
I do not quilt myself but love quilting history and charm. Somewhere I have a quilted vest I can no longer wear but not part with either. I have a quilt from my maternal great grandmother (flower garden) and one from paternal grandmother (9 block I think). I need to get them out and use them...I have saved but they have no place left to go so I should wallow in the loving stitches, don't you think?
Thought I know how to quilt (barely), I don't. Still, I am drawn to all-things-quilted. Yes, you SHOULD wallow int he loving stitches!
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I am a quilter and have lots of quilts old and new. I have all I need so most of the quilts I make now are for charities or as gifts. One of the things I collect are crocheted hot pads and trivet covers with the rose in the middle. I feel like those don't take up a lot of space. I do use them some.
Tell me about trivet covers! Do they fit over trivet like a glove or just set atop?
I will send you a picture of the front and back of a trivet. I don't know how to do that here.
Hi Rebecca....Pretty, colorful items...the heart-shaped ones are especially pretty. Susan
Hi, Susan! I couldn't resist them (once upon a time). They're coasters, I think - at least that's what I bought them for...
Lovely work. You inspire me.
Great quilted pieces. I find it very difficult to pass up any old kind of hand done needlework. I always think of all the time someone put into making it. Handmade items speak to me - sometimes very loudly, LOL!Darla
Me, too ("very loudly)!
Hi Rebecca! These are so pretty and hard to pass up. xo, Bonnie
Hard to pass up and too many to store away :)
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