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HAVE: Have new cotton calicos for flower books

Posted by Sheri St. Louis/zn 6 (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 18, 02 at 14:57

I have about 10 coordinating prints of new cotton calico fabrics to trade for gardening books and magazines. Also, some new gathered 2" and 3" lace in white, pink, blue and yellow. I especially like coffee table books, with lots of inspiring pictures. I've got enough of the "how-to" books. I need the visuals to get me through the winter! LOL!
I also trade my perennials for books, but it's getting so late in the year, and it's cold very early this year. So I'm a bit hesitant to try mailing plants still.
Thx~ Sheri

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