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December 03, 2008


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oh wow, i'm positively GREEN! Great collection ;)


O! My! Gaw!! I'm in love with your collection of vinty-fabs! And your tote is just so adorable :)


OK the tree print and the Merry Christmas Language prints are to die for! Great amazing finds!


My goodness what a super collection!! I think my favorite is the snowman...they are just too cute for their own good.

vera watkins

Cute fabrics and oh my goodness I love the little bag you made, it's adorable.


I bought a tote from you a few years ago with your shiny brite favorite fabric and I absolutely adore it! Love your talents!


I kept finding a favorite (candy canes in baskets) and then another (Season's Greetings) and another (Christmas in every language) and another (the snowmen) ... they are wonderful. The only one I have is the last of your Santa border prints - the pillowcase I slept on when I was a kid. Great post!


Holy cow!! I love all of those!! Especially the Christmas tree print!!!

Heidi Woodruff

Wow, wow, wow and some more wow's! And I love the tote, darling! *Heidi*


What an awesome collection! You are so lucky to have found so many. How long did it take you to collect them all? Are they all vintage?


I want to know where to get some of these! I love border prints and these are just so cute.


Love the tote bag!!!!


Wowser! That is a great collection. I have a few, but not as many as yours. Thanks for sharing (creases and all...who has time to iron during the holidays!)That purse would definately make holiday shopping fun!

Susie Vasquez

What a great and beautiful collection you have... I simply adore the purse....I just found your blog...


Fabulous collection and a great bag. I would have the hardest time cutting any of these fabrics--what you have done is very inspiring.

Cindy (Junque Art)

Wow I love all your fabric!!! And the last one in my favorite too. Great purse!!!


I'm having some serious fabric envy!


I'm a huge polka dot fan myself and the bag is gorgeous. As are the fabrics. I love the pink with the red and green. I don't collect Christmas fabrics but I just bought an apron made with the kitten in a stocking border print - so cute. Thanks for sharing your collection!

Heidi Monkey

I'm so envious of your collection, the fabrics are all so lovely!


Hey - made me smile to see the vintage fabric you purchased from me in your pictures! So happy it went to a great home. Now I am heading to your shop to shop for friends!

Brenda Kula

Of all the blogs I read, Suzy, I could have picked this out as yours without the name or anything. It is so you.

Angelia Armstrong

You have some great vintage collections, lovely holidays.


OMG I am loving that purse you made. Soooo very cute. Also love the Santa and Christmas tree fabric. You've got quite the collection there.


Wowzer! What a fab collection of Christmas fabs. I smiled 'cuz I have an apron with the Christmas trees/ornaments & dots. Terrific bag there, too.
Have you visited this blog? Laurie has lots of cool vintage Christmas stuff, too & pics:

report from the heartland

Unless the lunchcloth is damaged, it's a sin to *repurpose* them into something else-- ouch! great collection: please preserve!

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