Treasure…

handmade balls

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Look what came to me today!

sea glass

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sea glass….

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handmade paper beads and little bells….

old postcard

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a really cool old postcard with a really nice note!

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a paper smile!

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and fabric too!

cat bag

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and it all came in  a bag with a cat and….

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a dog!

Thank you so much for your kindness! I really appreciate it so much! :)

You are such a gifted artist!

And thank you to your daughter too!

Wonderful stitching….

This was from my friend Quilt Architect and her daughter!

quiltarchitect.blogspot.com

the biggest treasure of all is having a dear friend!

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4 Responses to Treasure…

  1. The pattern in the bag is called Raining Cats and Dogs, which is what it does here all winter and spring. The blocks were done by the Coos Bay Sand and Sea Quilting Guild and I won them in a raffle.

    Enjoy using it!!!

    • ancientcloth says:

      The bag is sooo cute and useful. I love it!
      I am touched that you shared those tiny blocks
      with me. They are on my desk along with my
      post card. Thank you again!

  2. Eva says:

    God, this is so cute! These tiny balls — how on earth is this possible?

    • ancientcloth says:

      They are so cute and tiny.
      They are blocks done for the Coos Bay Sand
      and Sea Quilting Guild and my friend won them
      in a raffle. She in turn “gifted” them to me.
      : )

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