Cool score! How come all I find at yard sales are old computer monitors and ice trays?On set 2 what are the patterns on the top left? Ends in 68 and features a top and skirt? Which pattern is included? Is it the top?Also, set 2, top row 4th from left with striped top - is the top the pattern? If the answer to these (or either of these, I suppose. Beggers can't be choosers) is yes, I'd like set 2. The dress 1553 looks interesting, too, if I can skip the football shoulder pads.
Wow, that truly is the motherlode of Stretch & Sew patterns! This is a very generous offer. May I claim the skirt set? I'm actually much more interested in the romper, sundress, and undies, but if it's an all-or-none thing I will be happy to take them all. Thanks, Wendy!
Wow that is quite a set. I'd like set #3 - mostly the tops.I'm not a blogger - how do I give you my mailing address?Thanks,Jodie
Okay, this makes more sense to me. E-mail me to get my mailing address, should have thought of this sooner.Jodiejkachkar(at)shaw(dot)caThanks!
I would actually be interested most in the skirts.rsgrandinetti@yahoo(dot)com
It seems I'm late to the game on the tops, but if you have any left, I'd be glad to take them off your hands. megannkerriatgmail
I would love to take the pants set. I would be happy to pay for the shipping and something for the patterns too if you want.Beth
Beth again, on the pants patterns: my email is crbeth(at)gmail(dot)comThanks!
I'd like set #3 - mostly the tops.But I'll tak ethe pants or skirts if the tops is no longer available.Thanks
Hi:I'd love the kids set. I have little ones to sew for. Cool stash give away! My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
I'd also love the kids ones, although the tops are great, too.What a fab find!!
Lucky, lucky, lucky! Doesn't it feel like Christmas when you get a stash like this?
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