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

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Huckabuck hand towel.


I won an apron on eBay last week, and it arrived today, along with this little 'extra' gift from the eBay Seller. If you're reading this - thank you Robyn - I love it!! By the way, the apron can be seen here.

7 comments:

Vintage to Victorian said...

Hi Gina

Thanks so much for your comment on my blog - can't believe someone actually has Clara Butt!!!! (Mum will be thrilled!!)

I'm so glad you left a message because it's given me the opportunity to visit your wonderful blogs. I've only had time to look through a few pages and your finds put some of mine to shame, although I have sold a couple of really nice ones today at the antiques fair. At some point I shall be adding all sorts to my website/shop and sometimes showing them on my blog, so I hope you'll continue to visit!

You have some beautiful pieces!

Sue

The Lone Beader said...

I love the little flowers on this one...so cute:)

Jeanette said...

Hi Gina, What a lovely surprise to get added bonus with that lovely Apron with the Skater on it, Btw the little hand towel is lovely,

Crazee4books said...

Dear Gina,

I've been browsing through this site and gazing at all the incredible pieces that you've been lucky enough to receive. The range of designs, and the colours of the threads, and the type of stitches used are fascinating to look at. You must have enough of a collection to write a book on the subject. I'd ask how you manage to remember what you have, but I understand that because I'm able to remember all (pretty much) the books in my library. When you love something, you remember.

Thanks for sharing.

Cheers. Judy

Crazee4books said...

P.S.

Sorry Gina, I forgot that I wanted to ask....what's a Huckabuck???

Cheers Judy

Chelle said...

This was a gift? How fantastic is that? It's beautiful!

Southern Lady's Vintage said...

Hi Gina! Love the huck cloth with the embroidered lady! Here we call them Southerne Belles! I think they are also called crinoline ladies. Very pretty!
Barbara