Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Tuesday Treasure and thanks Jen…

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This is my Tuesday Treasure……this gorgeous old fire screen did originally belong to my DH’s grandmother….made from copper…..I just love it….pop over and visit Clare she will have loads of links to other Tuesday Treasures..

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Lucky Me….……Jenny from Elefantz was having a give a way….and guess what I was the winner of this gorgeous book…..so many lovely projects to make……thank you so much Jen, can’t wait to have a sit and a read…..

OPAMers….today  is the end of the month ….please remember to update your sidebars with your finishes, thanks so much for all the emails we have received so far , sounds like it has been a good month……

take care Peg….:>)

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15 comments:

  1. Peg, that is really lovely , I have never seen one like this before and it certainly is a very special treasure .Thanks also for the reminder for OPAM:-)

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  2. What a great treasure. I haven't seen one with chariots on it before. We have Mick's grandmother's with hunting dogs.
    Enjoy your book from Jenny. It will be lovely eye candy.

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  3. Wonderful find! And that book looks amazing! Enjoy!

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  4. I too had one of those fire screen Peg and my DS decided he needed some extra money one time and took it to the scrap metal place and got cash for it. Was not impressed and still am not impressed about it. They are wonderful things and your one is lovely. That is a treasure. :) hugs Vicki

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  5. Beautiful fire screen there Peg.... amazingly good condition....and great book to win.... looking forward to seeing your projects from it!
    Hugz

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  6. Congratulations Peg, I know you will make more lovely creations with that book.

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  7. What a lovely screen. Would be perfect in a craftsman setting. You have been on my reading list for some time!

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  8. What a beautiful fire screen - that's a true treasure, they surely don't make them like that anymore.
    Congrats on your win - looks like a great book!

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  9. Wow, I've never seen one like that before! My Gran has a similar one, but it's got 3 sides to it. the front and the two ends to curl aroudn the fire. Yours is beautiful though! Does it get hot sitting in front of the fire?

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  10. The craftsmanship in that screen is lovely and congrats on winning such a lovely book, I expect to see many more projects on your blog in future

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  11. That sure is a gorgeous fire screen - those pressed metal screens were the best so practical and with all that detail.

    Thanks for sharing

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  12. What a unique screen! And so beautiful!!

    Thanks for sharing :)

    SheilaC

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  14. Hi Peg...what a wonderful screen!!! That book looks great, perfect as I venture into the world of quilting...I'll look out for that!!!
    Also have posted up my OPAM for August...I can't believe it's September already!!!
    Dzintra♥x

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Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment, I do enjoy reading them all...take care, keep safe, happy quilting .. Peg