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October 20, 2012

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janet

Your "history preservation" fabric is so very lovely! The blue is so rich and beautiful.

Tonya Ricucci

beautiful fabrics - I'm glad you helped support the cause. and it would have been a shame to come home without them.

Cindy Truman

Hi Jan! This is gorgeous fabric - so sad that they are losing their own history about it!

kathie

omg just beauiful and I am happy you brought some home, for that price I hope you brought home a lot! can't wait to see what you make with it
Kathie

Cynthia

Just beautiful! What treasure you found - both the fabric and the setting. There is something so fresh and pretty about blue and white.

aracne

How amazing, I inherited from a friend that was moving abroad a piece of alomost exactly the first cloth in your pile. I didn't know what it was and I am grateful that now I do.
Gorgeous fabric indeed.

Sharon

These are gorgeous, I wouldn't have been able to resist either.

laurie

oh my gosh, what a treasure to bring home!

Lisa in Toronto

I have been to the gallery (I think it used to be called a blue cloth museum?) a few times. I love the swaying hanging cloth in the yard.
Yes I agree it is important to preserve culture by buying the cloth!
I have some shirts and jackets, as well as bags and table mats.
Glad you could see it!
There used to be a few stores in Shanghai for this cloth, but I think they have fallen to the wrecking ball.

Maureen from Ventura

Those fabrics are stunningly beautiful! I'm glad that you brought some home with you!

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