Re: [PostCardMailArt] RE: what is the right term? linens?
- Nov 6, 2013 Expand MessagesView Sourcewasn't sure if doilies are just round or oval. But, yes, how can you put them away OR cut them. maybe you can make a table runner out of them and display them on your table. If I were to do this, I would very lightly sew them together so as to leave as much original intact as possible.DarleneOn Wed, Nov 6, 2013 at 12:37 PM, Sue Balchak <wraez@...> wrote:Doilies, you are right, I hadn't thought of that! I have some vintage hankies too, a few have a tiny hole in the fabric or around the embroidery. It is sad to think of cutting any of them or putting them out of sight in a drawer.
Warm Quilt Hugs, Sue in CA
Subject: Re: [PostCardMailArt] RE: what is the right term? linens?
beautiful. Are they called doilies? That's what my step mother called them.Darlene--
On Wed, Nov 6, 2013 at 8:53 AM, <mrsvv@...> wrote:
Sue, your vintage linens are gorgeous. I have one set of unused embroidered, vintage pillowcases that my grandmother passed down to me. They are standard size and all our pillows are larger so I do not use them. But, I remove them from time to time just to look at them. They are sentimental to me and I would not be able to cut into them.
It will be fun to hear the other replies on this topic.
---In email@example.com, <wraez@...> wrote:While trying to organize my sewing room I came across a pillowcase of laundered 'linens' that I forgot that I had ... probably from my grandmother/great grandmother .. many are crocheted items probably used on dresser tops etc, some are damaged, some are in great shape.
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