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Posted on:2/23/09 6:20 PM
Last Updated:2/23/09 6:21 PM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized Regular 
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AliciaNoel said... (3/3/09 5:58 PM) Reply
Wonderful idea!! Are they quite effective at keeping out the noise and draft?? I am also very jealous and curious about your home dating to the 1500s!! I bet it is beautiful :-)
renren said... (2/24/09 10:18 PM) Reply
Oh, how magnificent to live in such an historical building. Jamestown wasn't even founded (1607). To think of the lives lived here, the feet treading the floors, the voices, the craftsmen who built the building and handled the stone, all the stories of all the people . . . You are very fortunate to live here . . . except for the draft and now you have resourcefully taken care of that. I cannot say I envy you because I am not an envious person, but I am just so glad that someone in . . . the virtual sphere/space I inhabit lives in such a place as this, and so by one remove, I feel associated with it. How fitting that you sew 18th century ballgowns and you reside in this historical building. I am astounded and somehow content to know that such physical connections to the past remain. Sorry about the wordiness . . . just so amazed.
collarsncuffs said... (2/24/09 10:16 AM) Reply
Great choice of fabric. Washable and from the picture it hangs well.
morzel said... (2/24/09 2:03 AM) Reply
I know these kinds of apartments - this polar fleece (what a good idea) curtain will surely help alot!
fourkid said... (2/23/09 8:45 PM) Reply
I love the fabric - I love the creativity and resourcefulness you used. The 1500's ? - Wow!
Dee2 said... (2/23/09 6:28 PM) Reply
Your curtains look beautiful. And I love your doors--they are wonderful!
 
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