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November 11, 2015


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Kristy L.

Fun tablecloths, Susan! I have a huge collection myself and enjoy using them every day. I have one that I'd love to use but it still has the tag on it and I can't bring myself to remove the tag and use it. I'm not usually like that, but it's so pretty!
Enjoy! They certainly don't make them like they used to.

Ginene Nagel~Fox and Finch Antiques

I have sold most of the fabulous 1940-1950s cotton tablecloths that have passed through my hands, though I've managed to hang on to a few that are darned. I taught myself to darn so I can use the ones I've found with a tiny hole or rip. There is just no better tablecloth. Never was, never will be.


WOW!!! Talk about eye candy! That is my downfall, linens. I have a collection of those also and use them every day. That is what they are for and your right they just don't make them like that anymore. Love this post Susan.


Thanks, Elsie! :)


Ginene~ I'm impressed! I really have to get better at darning!

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