Re: [h-cost] Victorian lace curtains (Re: What costume-related gifts did everyone get?)

2016-01-05 Thread Katy Bishop
John Burrows lace curtains are lovely, I have some in my house. They're made on historic looms in Scotland. On Mon, Jan 4, 2016 at 2:06 PM, Christine Robb wrote: > On Sat, Dec 26, 2015 at 10:12:19AM -0800, Lavolta Press wrote: > > In terms of what I'm doing, right now it's

Re: [h-cost] Victorian lace curtains (Re: What costume-related gifts did everyone get?)

2016-01-05 Thread Lavolta Press
Those curtains are lovely. I've looked at them off and on for over 30 years, since we bought our San Francisco house. And the same or a similar manufacturer sells such curtains (with slight defects) for about half the price on Etsy. But I don't like them as much as the ones I have. I'm not

Re: [h-cost] Victorian lace curtains (Re: What costume-related gifts did everyone get?)

2016-01-05 Thread Christine Robb
On Mon, Jan 04, 2016 at 11:40:40AM -0800, Lavolta Press wrote: > When we bought our San Francisco house over 30 years ago, we papered my > sewing room in J. R. Burrows William Morris wallpaper, still in wonderful > condition and unfaded. I'm really hoping to sell to someone who sees the >

Re: [h-cost] Victorian lace curtains (Re: What costume-related gifts did everyone get?)

2016-01-04 Thread Lavolta Press
When we bought our San Francisco house over 30 years ago, we papered my sewing room in J. R. Burrows William Morris wallpaper, still in wonderful condition and unfaded. I'm really hoping to sell to someone who sees the wallpaper as an asset rather than something weird to just paint over. It