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Friday, October 01, 2010



Loved this.


Now we know where daughter Deb gets all her talents from. Your baskets are beautiful granny, and I look forward to seeing more. It's wonderful to see your skills being passed down through the generations. What a blessing!



Granny, you are so talented! I never knew there were so many different kinds of baskets. I'm looking forward to your next post.


I want one!!! Those are so cute. Sign me up granny for your first basket making class :) It would be well worth the drive. Do you sell your egg baskets? If so how much?


Your mom would make a great badge counselor for a Boy Scout who is working on his Basketry
merit badge.

What a neat hobby to pass on.


I am so sorry that my email account bounced yours back. I do not know why it did that. I am leaving you another email address and I hope this one will work for you. :)
The baskets are just beautiful. My GrandDaddy was a basketmaker. I have pictures of him doing it but I sure do wish I had taken the time to sit down with him and learn. I am in hopes of finding a class somewhere nearby..
Thanks for the post.
Many blessings,

Angelina Fracchiolla

Okay..I was way off on my guess.. : ) though a tastee guess it was...My daughter's enjoyed seeing the baskets that Granny was making...and was excited because in one of the books that they are reading it has a young Amish girl who does many of these kinds of things...They are SMITTEN with GRANNY.. : ) I do believe Granny is gaining a following...

So are those Walnuts only used for stain or are they edible as well..?
What a Blessing and Gratifying thing to be able to make the basket and look upon your hard work while filling it with wonderful treats...God is so gracious to share with us His Creativity..
Have a Blessed week in the Lord..

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