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Interests: knitting, opera, theatre, jane austen, fashion, ballet, homeschooling, picture books, art galleries, movies, reading, crafts, book collecting, museums, mysteries, lunching, dining, anthony trollope, arts and crafts, social history, persephone books, fidra books, special needs, early education, girlsown, historical biography, hopping on a train, sense of place, o douglas, greyladies publishers, taking tea, poole pottery, tableware
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I love fabric napkins as well and must admit in the summer I like them with matching placemats a la French market with lots of bright coloured Provencal patterns. I also love buying "pretty" paper napkins and usually take my daughter a packet at least once a month when I visit. Oh and I like the small size paper ones for drinks and nibbles. I don't much like putting the fabric ones back in napkin rings though as am obviously a messy eater and need a fresh one!
Toggle Commented Jul 17, 2011 on Statistic of the day at Cornflower
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Currently reading and loving: Emotional Geology by Linda Gillard, In the High Valley by Susan Coolidge and The Gentle Art of Knitting by Jane Brockett. Recently enjoyed: the Song of Ice and Fire series by George R R Martin (this not indicative as fantasy, but indicative in that was prompted to read by fab tv series), Natasha Solomons' The Novel in the Viola, two new D E Stevensons published by Greyladies of which I loved The Fair Miss Fortune though the other was redeemed by so many interesting bits, the latest Flavia de Luce, Sweet Life in Paris by David Lebovitz (because I was just there, though often read and love food bloggers books) Looking forward to reading: Book 5 in George R R Martin series, Parisian Chic: A Style Guide by Ines de Fressange (once I can borrow it from my daughter!) and two from the US Amazon The Farmer's Wife Sampler Quilt and Around my French table by Dorie Greenspan.
Toggle Commented Jun 28, 2011 on Common ground at Cornflower Books
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