Points of Interest #5, 1-15-24

Such good advice!!

More pictures coming up!

18 thoughts on “Points of Interest #5, 1-15-24

  1. Sue B

    Those 3 dogs standing on the couch, looking out the window – I love it. Thanks everyone who shared pictures of their homes.

  2. Carolyn Boutilier

    Love all the pictures. Thank you. CArolyn b Shenandoah Valley Va. It is snowing. Schools closed tomorrow.

  3. Sandy

    Hi Mary, love the 3 little dogs at the window, and the great selection of bowls someone has. It’s interesting that there are so many colonial looking cupboards, wish l had the space for one! Take care everyone, best wishes from Sandy

  4. Diann

    Thanks for sharing. Having to stay inside and SNOW falling every minute makes the QUILT MAIL/ photos. Even MORE important.♥️

  5. Jeanine from Iowa

    All great photos, but I really like the dolls in the first picture. Thanks everyone for sending pictures to Mary.

  6. Nancy

    I have one of those baby dolls in the photo. It is a 3 month old baby purchased in Wichita Falls Tx at Perkins Timberlake dept Store in early 1960’s. It was a lifelike babydoll but only had one sprig of hair coming out of the top of head. Ugly newborn face but felt like a newborn baby. Thanks for sharing sweet friends.

    1. San

      Hello Nancy. I made all of these dolls when I lived in Lafayette, Colorado. Each porcelain head and hands were cleaned, fired, painted, and fired again. The doll body is of muslin. Each type of doll has a name but it’s been so long, I cannot recall.

      The base they’re standing in is part of a cradle my father made for me in 1964. It took me a long time to find the right place for each item.

      Stay warm. San / Gypsy Quilter Designs / Murphy, NC

  7. Jane

    You certainly hit a very popular request. Everyone likes to share a bit of themselves. I have not sent in a photo yet (not at home for a few days). Love getting a peek into so many homes.
    Stay warm

  8. Betty Klosterman

    The hoosier!!!!! Yes. When houses had no cupboards or closets. Back when.
    Betty in Rapid City

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