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Tuesday, February 27, 2007

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Dorothy

What a precious gift to have from your father, Deb! I like the decorating ideas pictured on the link. Looking forward to one day having time to quilt and sew more. Once on a thrift shopping outing, I found Sarah a nice large sewing box & she uses it for all her sewing notions. While Jay and I were thrift shopping in 1982, we found an older sewing box that I still use. It is a blessing to have such sweet memories, isn't it?

Susan P.

What a treasure you have. I totally agree about it having a prominent place in your home because it is has so many wonderful memories of your Dad. Let us know where it ends up! I'm off to Debbie Mumm's site now:)

Dawn

I remember those!!! I guess that qualifies me as vintage as well.
:o)
Headin' over to Debbie Mumm's right now..

Tammy S.

How sweet. My grandparents bought me a similar sewing box when I was 11 years old. I had it for quite a few years, but sadly it broke! Mine was pink, with embroidered flowers on the top.

Tammy

That is a neat trreasure.Glad to see that you still have it.

plainandsimple

I couldn't resist commenting about your
vintage treasure! I love the blue colour and it looks well loved. Thank you for the link to Debbie Mumm's site, she has some great ideas.

Kristi

A beautiful basket and wonderful treasure. I'll have to check out that link. Thanks!

~Kristi

Cindi

Deb, I have my Grandmother's sewing basket. I keep it on display in my sewing room. I also have her thimble. It was my first in my collection. I was up your way the past two days, but spent most of the time at Augusta Hospital with my Dad.

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