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  Posted: Apr 26, 2012 7:17 PM
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Table is set for tonight's class.
  • Love that linen napkin. Where is it from?

  • @kimberleyh Not sure, I got them as a Christmas gift about 4 years ago. They are lovely though. Dark grey linen that don't seem to stain and launder like a dream!

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