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13 February 2012

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Bev Lloyd

I think your little what-it is a small hanging storage. I remember my momma using something similar to hold baby socks & booties. A hanger is inserted through the "sleeve" opening and the hook of the hanger fits through the small opening at the top. It can then be hung from a hook or closet rod.

Ann

Been surfing some friends of friends on blogspot and found your fantastic blog. I adore your old picker, can you believe how ladies used to be so proficient on this machine, it took lots of hand power to push those keys. OH I'm so in love with your dress form you found last year, the valentines you attached is so unique. Have a great Thursday.
Ann

Shabby Vintage Junk

Oh Gina can I 'borrow' Karen.....I need me a Picker & she looks like a SWEETIE....!!!!!

pam

How cool is that! Sounds like a great friend to me....

Bliss

Yea, how DO you find someone who doesn't want to keep the stuff for themselves?

~Bliss~

Karen

Had a blast-even tho I'm now sick and probably picked up something in that house that I feared was going to blow with a gas leak!! I'm holding it ransom--must come for a drink with Keiren!

Linda Emery

Karen must be a very good friend, that looks heavy, and it looks cold out! Jolly good!

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