Sunday, January 28, 2007

Linen fairies, part two


So, remember this tablecloth? As luck would have it, I thrifted a second one this past week. I have it sitting in a pile with a few others that have been waiting to be spot treated or that I took out of my drawer to make room for new ones.

And, because it TOTALLY rocks my world to receive packages from you, I want to pass them along to someone else.

So, if you need/want a linen fairy, leave a comment! In a few days I will let Jack draw a winner and we will send you a special box just for visiting me here.

23 comments:

  1. Definitely in need of a linen fairy here, Sarah...love that cloth. Happy week to you and Jack.
    Mrs. Holter-Hovind.

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  2. *Raises hand excitedly*

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  3. ooh, ooh, me too!
    i can't believe you found a 2nd one!

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  4. I love strawberries, too! Did you see the cute Japanese strawberry mug I thrifted last week? Enter me in the contest!

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  5. Linen fairy needed over here - I love this fabric. I bought a linen napkin made from this same print and since it wasn't big enough to do anything substantial with, I made the cutest tissue holders for myself and some friends.

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  6. Hi Sarah!

    Thank you for visiting my blog!! I am so glad you did because your comment led me to your wonderful blog! I love it! Love looking at thriting finds, and now I am entered in a drawing! How exciting!!!!

    Thanks! I will be back!

    love,
    laura

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  7. Linen fairies rock. Besides who could have to many lines Clarice

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  8. I would love to be included! I just can't believe the great stuff you and Heidi find! Our thrift stores are so lame!

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  9. Hehe - I was just checking in to leave a message that I have something I would like to send to you! Please email me your addy? thefeltmouse@gmail.com

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  10. Hello! I think you know what I want! :)

    Have a wonderful day!

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  11. carolyn8:35 AM

    More strawberries, how lovely.

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  12. LOVE your thrift finds!
    Love getting packages too!
    Your little guy melts me!

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  13. Ooh! Ooh! Pick me, Jack! I can't believe you found two of the same cloth so close together. What are the odds? You mentioned spot cleaning--have you found anything that works on the yellow stains that are too often on the vintage cloths? I usually give mine a soak in Oxyclean but sometimes that's not enough. Just bought a pretty red & aqua cloth last week and it's got some stains I'd love to remove if possible.

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  14. I'm clueless, point me in the direction of what a linen fairy is. They sound sweet.
    Tiff

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  15. OOOO Would love a visit from the linen fairy. Dusting off the porch as we speak.....

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  16. Anonymous12:26 PM

    I would love a visit from the linen Fairy!! Winter weather, and kids with strep, have a major case of the blues! Thanks for the nice offer:)

    Dana

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  17. Anonymous3:41 PM

    ooops, forgot to leave my e-mail :(
    dana@goldingers.com


    Dana

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  18. I'll sign up!
    You find the best stuff! I really miss thrifting.

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  19. I love giveaways and linens and strawberries so sign me up!

    Cheers! LA

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  20. I'm eating strawberries as I read your Blog. Does the Linen Fairy visit these far-away shores?

    :)

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  21. COMMENT! COMMENT!Remind Jack who sent him that reindeer puppet hee hee . . .

    I think I'll do a drawing sometime soon, too. I recently thrifted some of those terry cloth aprons that are super dooper cute. Maybe those hmm . . .

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  22. Linen fairy? Who? Where? :)

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  23. Anonymous7:37 AM

    Love your blog and would love to have a linen fairy! Nothing like vintage fabric to get us excited!! Have a great day! HTH Janet K.

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