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I'm new to your blog, but a huge fan already. I'm a fabric freak and what you found in that shop is truly amazing. Although I have sewn all my life, I will never have the patience to make something so intricate!


I am always smitten with fabric scraps but what I come across are from the midwest in the USA. I will always love my scraps but this is so incredible to see these very old scraps from a world so far away. I know I would buy a bag full or two if I could visit!!


Think of the history in these pieces! Fabric is truly a way to connect to other cultures, as is food. I just love that blue piece, but you really have some amazing scraps here (although I hesitate to call them that!)


Fabulous finds. I love all the colors in them.

Beth P

Absolutely gorgeous... you are making me crazy with all these gorgeous finds you are collecting, lol!
Beth P


The Hmong are known for their beautiful handiwork ~ you scored BIG time! I can't wait to see what you do with your scraps!


These are just gorgeous. Just imagine the hours that went in to making them - wowza!! I cannot wait to see what you are going to use them for.

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Welcome to my blog! I love creating mixed media cards, art, and jewelry. This blog is a place for me to share my creations, my collections, and what inspires me (travel, art, photography). The hubby and I travel often and I love collecting and sharing unique finds from the countries we visit. We are currently living in Montreal, Quebec.

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