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Sarah

Beautiful things from other places are always fun to collect. I can see why you love them.

Donna

Cathy, Collect away! At least most of these things are relatively small and wont' take up much space wherever you nest! Oh, those fabrics! As a quilter, I love batiks. I really enjoyed learning about the process and to see the woman who made the art - what a privilege. Your blog is really a traveling showcase - I so look forward to your finds!

amy of four corners design

exquisite treasures! the handiwork is amazing!

Karen, Pixel Posts

Amazing finds, beautiful treasures! Looks like they will pack well.

Carol aka Traveller

no wonder you need that extra suitcase! lovely stuff, especially the jewellry. Where did you find the paper-thin silver items, I've never seen them on sale

Rese

oh aren't you lucky to live near such beauty!

Gerda Pretorius

I love the way you displayed all those trinkets against that beautiful cloth.

bobbie h

How did I miss this?? What treasures!! I especially love that first blue necklace ~ and the Hmong textiles are stupendous! One of the places I lived in CA had a huge Hmong population ~ I always loved their clothing!

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