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Thursday, May 30, 2013

Linens all gone.

I packed up all those linens on the preceding posts, and posted most of them off today.  Jane in the U.K. and Wendy in the U.S.A. - yours have gone by airmail in an Australian Post 'tough bag' marked 'craft fabrics'.  They should arrive in a week or so.
Sylvia, your shelf border lace has been sent in a small white box.  Hope it is the right length for your shelves!
 It should arrive by Monday.
Sharon, your pile is in a plastic bag and I will give it to you when I see you at The Light Factory, unless we catch up beforehand.
Christine, I'll bring your lace pillowslip along on June 8th.  If you and Mel aren't coming to the Guild on that day, let me know and I'll drop it off to you at home.
I hope you will all post something eventually on your blogs to show me what you have done with these linens!

5 comments:

Christine M said...

Thank you Gina. I'm looking forward to catching up with you on the 8th!

Linens and Royals said...

Thanks Gina, I keep looking at my bare shelves and wondering why I never thought they needed a lace edging before. Now I know they look so....well bare. Sylvia

Wendy said...

WhooHoo!:) I will be stalking the post office after this week! Thank you so much Gina for your generosity with all of us...I am so excited! And I will definitely take pics of what I make using them...again thank you and a big hug sent to from across the pond!

Jane Galley said...

Oh, how exciting! I hope they come a more direct route than the package I sent you!

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