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  • Hebrews 11:7
    "By faith Noah, being divinely warned of things not yet seen, moved with godly fear, prepared an ark for the saving of his household, by which he condemned the world and became heir of the righteousness which is according to faith."

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Tuesday, October 05, 2010

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Bet

Love that mustard basket, Granny! It would make a wonderful Christmas gift for somebody who doesn't have one of those in her collection..........

Susan

These posts have been so interesting! Can't wait to read the next one. Your mom makes beautiful baskets, Deb! :)

Rose

Now that is magic Granny! I imagine you have had plenty of practice but even so, those baskets look soo professional!

Angelina Fracchiolla

Okay..So maybe it is a GOOD thing we don't live NEXT to you quite YET.. ; ) because I don't think you would ever have a post WITHOUT me being in the picture.. :) Oh...and the GIRLS too of course...then you would be getting Comments asking who is that Lady that's always in the Background.. :) All of you did such Beautiful work..And I love the Shapes..I never knew Baskets had so many different names..I love the shape of the Mustard Basket..What is a Mustard Basket?
Thank you for The Great Basket Journey.. :)

In Christ,
Angelina..

P.S. Please let us know how all is going as we continue to pray..

Tammy

With your mom's gift to make baskets I see a trip to Longaberger .

http://www.longaberger.com/visitUs.aspx

Many handmade baskets all around to see.


Cathy

I wrote a comment yesterday, but, perhaps neglected to hit the "send" key.

I so enjoyed reading this post. Where do you buy the oak strips, and are they expensive?

I am looking forward to reading the next installment on Friday.

Cathy

Julie

Love them! Beautiful job Granny!

Denise

my goodness, these are stunning x

Jodi

Oh! these are beautiful !!! My Mom and I love making baskets!!! We love trying new patterns and ideas!! We've never dipped ours in walnut juice before but we have colored our reeds with Blackberry juice!! :)

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