primitive pals #5
© Copyright 1997 Maria Pahls
the fence post
this issue is a bit scant, the original issues contained "profiles" or our members. these profiles told a bit about each person and the types of primitives they made. we have edited each of the newsletters to remove member's personal information and email addresses so that we could post these newsletters on the web.
at this time i will mention that primitive pals back issues are exclusively available through the homespun peddler web site. these issues you are reading are from early 1997 and are all at least one year old, so please be aware when sending away to listed companies. below are sources that appeared in issue #5.
miscellaneous letters sent in by readers
questions asked by readers, then replied upon in later issues.
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tips & techniques
highlights of tips sent in by readers
F E F E F E F E
sources of supplies
virginia robertson's catalog of hard to find cloth doll supplies. the cost is $3 (they take credit cards).
the osage county quilt factory
overbrook,ka 66524 usa
phone (913) 665-7500
2166b rt 322
orwell ohio 44076
cost $1. patterns include skinny nick (santa) and herb angel.
katies homespun stitches
440 courtney dr
newark ohio 43055 usa
country type pattens - brochure $2
books of interest
web sites of members & other sites of interest
O P O P O P
poetry and verses to use for samplers etc.
The future lies before you like a path of driven snow.
Be careful how you Tread on it for every mark will show.
submitted by teresa reynolds
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