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Thursday, March 10, 2011

CZT-V Pix 5

Fine Linen
We found these folded and stacked on one of our display tables. They really wanted to be opened and appreciated.

Thank you so much for sharing these.

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Sande said...

Beautiful - and what a great way to recycle linens.

Terri said...

Thanks YOU for sharing them, also!

Cookie said...

I love these Linen Hankerchips. These are beautiful! You make me want to stop by a Macy's Dept. Store and purchase myself a set of Lady's Hankerchips to Zentangle.

Reminds me of a white cotton bandana I purchased and zentangled for an exchange group I was in. I used Sharpie Markers on the 100% cotton bandana.

What was used on these beautiful linen cloths?

Diane Lachance said...

What a nice idea. These make me think of ladies handkerchiefs. Using tangles, a little "lace" could be drawn onto one or more corners and it would make a nice, easy gift to give to someone in a nursing home, or anywhere.
Well done!

Jay said...

I love these!!! I have a whole bunch of dated linen napkins I kept thinking for years, there is something I can do with them.....now I know!!! Thank you for sharing!!!

Trisha said...
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Trisha said...

Oh Wow! Thanks for your kind comments. (I'm a little behind on reading). These were my dad's (I was very close to him) and when I finish enough of them, my mom is going to make a quilt out of them.
Trisha Rice, CZT-V

Trisha said...

I forgot to say that I used the ultra fine tip Sharpie and I believe that I can heat set them and make them permanent.

Trisha Rice, CZT-V