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September 13, 2009


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Enough already. I don't believe you anymore. There is no way that one woman could find as many things as you do. You HAVE to be lying...stealing people's photos from Flickr... BTW, the quilt you are keeping is my favorite too. I am already mapquesting that vintage shop in your recent post and buttering the DH up for a day trip!!!!

Cindy (Junque Art)

What wonderful old quilts!!! Love them!


WHAT FINDS! You are one lucky person.

Jenny The Red Bulletin Board

I am kind of in the process of transitioning from primative to vintage. I guess I really could go either way, but vintage is really winning right now!


Okay I'm speechless xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Okay maybe not so speechless - how did you find them! I am so green right now....Jewels

laurie magpie ethel

What a super sweet thing to leave for your friend to find. Those are the types of gestures that make a persons day....am sure it will bring joy to her heart and a smile to her face.


You hit the jackpot!


Well, wow. With, ahem, as many quilts as I buy in a week, I never really see the old ones like that. Amazing condition too. Certainly they will bring $$$$.


i love the pink one! looks like you had a good weekend :)


Wow. Nice finds. Each of them has a different character. Doesn't it make you wonder about who made them.

black eyed susans kitchen

Lucky you!! They are all gorgeous. I would have kept the pink one too, but that last one is special. I know that it doesn't go with vintage, or beach cottage (my style) but I could totally see it in my bedroom. Maybe its the autumn colors?
♥, Susan

Carol @ Old Glory Cottage

Oh Crikey!! You lucky, lucky girl!! And with a heart of gold, too. Leaving that quilt for your friend must have made you almost as happy as she was when she found that quilt on her porch. You are The Quilt Fairy!

Lavender Dreams

Old quilts...AHHHhhh..it just doesn't get any better than that!

Mary@TurkeyFarm Treasures

And to think you almost gave up on yard sales.

mary the calico cottage

Now, that's what I call oodles and oodles of quilts. I looove the pink one. If you ever change your mind and decide you don't want it....
let me know.


Hugs, Lisa

Shelley G in Iowa

Did you ever find the quilt name, Barbara? It looks like the Anvil pattern to me. The two 1/2 square triangles on the corners are the only variation from that pattern. It has to be it. Anyone else?

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