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July 10, 2008

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Gail

I love love love it! The curtains are fabulous! The kitty is pretty cute too.

Diane ( Crafty Passions)

Love the curtains, now that's recycling at its best!!!
The table is adorable I would of bought it myself for $10.00 that's a deal if I ever saw one.
Love the pics!!
Diane

pasha plum

Very pretty curtain and table--good for you cleaning for company, I need to clean for going out of town and am having a hard time getting in the mood.

ceekay

Woman, you are a hoot! I have spent the last hour going through your blog. I am now adding it to my favs. I thought I would crack up over the M & Ms and salty....we really have got to get together sometime...Wanna meet in the middle? Your garage sale finds would send me over the bridge....I just LOVE a great bargain. And your dog...that was funny too. We don't have a dog right now...(crying here) but when we did she ran the house I tell you. My kids wondered who I loved more...and there were those days....well, we won't go there! Please come by and say hi sometime...

GirlHouse

Love those curtians!! The kitty is great decor too : )

Esther Oertel

The photos of your lovely vintage fabric bring back beautiful, warm memories of life in my childhood farmhouse.

Esther Oertel

The photos of your lovely vintage fabric bring back beautiful, warm memories of life in my childhood farmhouse.

Esther Oertel

The photos of your lovely vintage fabric bring back beautiful, warm memories of life in my childhood farmhouse.

Esther Oertel

The photos of your lovely vintage fabric bring back beautiful, warm memories of life in my childhood farmhouse.

Esther Oertel

The photos of your lovely vintage fabric bring back beautiful, warm memories of life in my childhood farmhouse.

Esther Oertel

The photos of your lovely vintage fabric bring back beautiful, warm memories of life in my childhood farmhouse.

Sarah

Pity about that beauty getting burnt. The other thing that drives me bonkers is paint. Must they use them as dropcloths? LOL

suzy

Well, that is the down side/beauty of vintage tablecloths. They always have stains so therefore if the need be that can justify the scissors. So you gave it another life and it looks fabulous and of course you had to have that table. xo, suzy

Joan

Patch has found a good space there

Geertrude

Those curtains look fantastic! And that table is a great find. I have this thing for red too. I bought a foldable teatray for 2 euros a few months ago. I had no idea how to use it, but it was red and cheap and vintage, so it had to come home with me. After months of shifting from side to side in the kitchen it now has found it's purpose. Our tv is on top of it and the dvd player fits neatly under it. No room for the cat though (he tried, of course). ;-)

Kim V

Oh how pretty! I love the table and your "new" curtains really compliment it!
Happy treasure hunting!
Kim

two crazy crafters

Love your table and your new curtains. What a great use for the old tablecloth. I am not one to cut up vintage things either, but sounds like you didn't have much choice. I don't like to clean house either. It always takes a back seat to my knitting and crocheting (shhh, don't tell anyone!). Twyla

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