"It takes ages to finish a quilt you're not working on!"

Sunday, September 04, 2005

This the larger doiley in the set of three peacocks I recently received from the USA via Ebay.
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Finn said...

Hi Gina, not sure if I've left you a comment before, but I enjoy reading your blog almost every day. Love seeing you linens, and your view of the world.
Thank you for understanding that Americans and America aren't all as bad as some of what is seen on tv. Like most nations, we have room to improve. And if this disaster and that of 9/11 haven't given us the opportunity I don't know what will.

I love your embroidery pieces. I've never looked at them on ebay. I used to embroider alot as a bride, but once I found quilting, the stitching took a back burner. I'm gradually getting back into it, urged on by lovely people like Maggie Ann at Knitting Kat and Chloe's Place.
I'm finding this blogging community to be marvelous people.
Thank you for being one of them.

ms*robyn said...

Gina ~ all your finds are just gorgeous - certainly something to brighten your days at the moment xx

Gina E. said...

Hi Finn and Robyn, nice to see you as always! Finn, I think you may have left a comment previously but thank you for your comments today. I love sharing my linen on here; one day I would like to open a small museum where I could have it on permanent display, but that is a pipe dream which is unlikely to eventuate!

Finn said...

Morning Gina, thank you for your comments over at my place, *VBS*

I love the idea of a linens museum..wouldn't it be lovely in an older classic home? Or even a tiny vintage type shop? Ohhhhh, I hope you get to do that someday. Dreams are a good thing to have..*S*

Shell said...

They're all so very pretty!