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Date: 8/8/1 Time: 10:25 PM
Subject: Export of Red Chilli
E-mail Address: omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in


SAROJA OVERSEAS EXPORTS,
R.V.SREEVISHNU, DIRECTOR.
21/1427,OPP.Nedumcaud UPS,
Karamana.post.Trivandrum.2.
INDIA
Phone. 0091-471-344435
Fax. 0091-471-344435
E-MAIL.omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in
http://www.sdpl.com/saroja

Dear Sir,
Sub:-Exports
We are India's largest exporters of Rice(Indian Long Grain, Indian basmati Rice),Pulses, Tea, coffee, groundnut, cashew(Roasted & Salted), Pepper,Cardamom,soyabean Meal, Sugar,Red dried chilli, Linseed, Mustard Nigarseed, palm, soyabean, sunflower, Arcanut, cinnamon, Cloves, coriander, Garlic, Ginger, Tamarind, turmeric, onion, Potato, Bajra, Barley, Jower, Maize, Ragi, wheat, Jute, etc
AGRO AND AGRO BASED COMMODITIES
1)SPICES
 TURMERIC
 CARDEMON
 CLOVES
 CINNAMON
 CASSIA
 BLACK PEPPER
2)SEEDS
 CUMIN
 FENNEL
 SESAME
 FENUGREEK
3)PULSES
 BLACK MATTAPE
 CHICK PEAS(DESI AND KABULI)
 MOONG DAL
4)GRAINS
 RICE
 WHEAT
SCOYA OFFEE
EDIBLE OIL
 SUNFLOWER OIL
 COTTON SEED OIL
 RAPE SEED OIL
 CORN OIL
 GROUNDNUT OIL
FERTILIZERS & CHEMICALS
 MOP
 UREA
 CAPROLACTUM
 AMMONIUM SULPHATE
 AMMONIUM NITRATE
 PHOSPHORIC ACID
 LIQUID AMMONIA
PETROLEUM AND PETROCHEMICAL PRODUCTS
 CRUDE OIL
 SKO
 FURNACE OIL
 NAPHTHA
 DIESEL OIL
 PARAFFIN WAX
 BETUMIN
 COAL AND COKE
FERROUS AND NON FERROUS METALS
 GOLD
 SILVER
 COPPER
 COPPER SCRAP
 HMS1/2
 LMS
Kindly let us know your requirement asap.
Awaiting your prompt reply.


Buyers contact us through fax. 0091-471-344435
Best Regards.
B.Radhakrishnan
Director.


Date: 8/8/1 Time: 10:23 PM
Subject: Export of Assam tea/Coffee
E-mail Address: omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in


SAROJA OVERSEAS EXPORTS,
R.V.SREEVISHNU, DIRECTOR.
21/1427,OPP.Nedumcaud UPS,
Karamana.post.Trivandrum.2.
INDIA
Phone. 0091-471-344435
Fax. 0091-471-344435
E-MAIL.omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in
http://www.sdpl.com/saroja

Dear Sir,
Sub:-Exports
We are India's largest exporters of Rice(Indian Long Grain, Indian basmati Rice),Pulses, Tea, coffee, groundnut, cashew(Roasted & Salted), Pepper,Cardamom,soyabean Meal, Sugar,Red dried chilli, Linseed, Mustard Nigarseed, palm, soyabean, sunflower, Arcanut, cinnamon, Cloves, coriander, Garlic, Ginger, Tamarind, turmeric, onion, Potato, Bajra, Barley, Jower, Maize, Ragi, wheat, Jute, etc
AGRO AND AGRO BASED COMMODITIES
1)SPICES
 TURMERIC
 CARDEMON
 CLOVES
 CINNAMON
 CASSIA
 BLACK PEPPER
2)SEEDS
 CUMIN
 FENNEL
 SESAME
 FENUGREEK
3)PULSES
 BLACK MATTAPE
 CHICK PEAS(DESI AND KABULI)
 MOONG DAL
4)GRAINS
 RICE
 WHEAT
SCOYA OFFEE
EDIBLE OIL
 SUNFLOWER OIL
 COTTON SEED OIL
 RAPE SEED OIL
 CORN OIL
 GROUNDNUT OIL
FERTILIZERS & CHEMICALS
 MOP
 UREA
 CAPROLACTUM
 AMMONIUM SULPHATE
 AMMONIUM NITRATE
 PHOSPHORIC ACID
 LIQUID AMMONIA
PETROLEUM AND PETROCHEMICAL PRODUCTS
 CRUDE OIL
 SKO
 FURNACE OIL
 NAPHTHA
 DIESEL OIL
 PARAFFIN WAX
 BETUMIN
 COAL AND COKE
FERROUS AND NON FERROUS METALS
 GOLD
 SILVER
 COPPER
 COPPER SCRAP
 HMS1/2
 LMS
Kindly let us know your requirement asap.
Awaiting your prompt reply.


Buyers contact us through fax. 0091-471-344435
Best Regards.
B.Radhakrishnan
Director.


Date: 8/8/1 Time: 10:22 PM
Subject: Export of Indian Basmati Rice
E-mail Address: omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in


SAROJA OVERSEAS EXPORTS,
R.V.SREEVISHNU, DIRECTOR.
21/1427,OPP.Nedumcaud UPS,
Karamana.post.Trivandrum.2.
INDIA
Phone. 0091-471-344435
Fax. 0091-471-344435
E-MAIL.omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in
http://www.sdpl.com/saroja

Dear Sir,
Sub:-Exports
We are India's largest exporters of Rice(Indian Long Grain, Indian basmati Rice),Pulses, Tea, coffee, groundnut, cashew(Roasted & Salted), Pepper,Cardamom,soyabean Meal, Sugar,Red dried chilli, Linseed, Mustard Nigarseed, palm, soyabean, sunflower, Arcanut, cinnamon, Cloves, coriander, Garlic, Ginger, Tamarind, turmeric, onion, Potato, Bajra, Barley, Jower, Maize, Ragi, wheat, Jute, etc
AGRO AND AGRO BASED COMMODITIES
1)SPICES
 TURMERIC
 CARDEMON
 CLOVES
 CINNAMON
 CASSIA
 BLACK PEPPER
2)SEEDS
 CUMIN
 FENNEL
 SESAME
 FENUGREEK
3)PULSES
 BLACK MATTAPE
 CHICK PEAS(DESI AND KABULI)
 MOONG DAL
4)GRAINS
 RICE
 WHEAT
SCOYA OFFEE
EDIBLE OIL
 SUNFLOWER OIL
 COTTON SEED OIL
 RAPE SEED OIL
 CORN OIL
 GROUNDNUT OIL
FERTILIZERS & CHEMICALS
 MOP
 UREA
 CAPROLACTUM
 AMMONIUM SULPHATE
 AMMONIUM NITRATE
 PHOSPHORIC ACID
 LIQUID AMMONIA
PETROLEUM AND PETROCHEMICAL PRODUCTS
 CRUDE OIL
 SKO
 FURNACE OIL
 NAPHTHA
 DIESEL OIL
 PARAFFIN WAX
 BETUMIN
 COAL AND COKE
FERROUS AND NON FERROUS METALS
 GOLD
 SILVER
 COPPER
 COPPER SCRAP
 HMS1/2
 LMS
Kindly let us know your requirement asap.
Awaiting your prompt reply.


Buyers contact us through fax. 0091-471-344435
Best Regards.
B.Radhakrishnan
Director.


Date: 8/8/1 Time: 10:21 PM
Subject: Export of Indian Long Grain Rice
E-mail Address: omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in


SAROJA OVERSEAS EXPORTS,
R.V.SREEVISHNU, DIRECTOR.
21/1427,OPP.Nedumcaud UPS,
Karamana.post.Trivandrum.2.
INDIA
Phone. 0091-471-344435
Fax. 0091-471-344435
E-MAIL.omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in
http://www.sdpl.com/saroja

Dear Sir,
Sub:-Exports
We are India's largest exporters of Rice(Indian Long Grain, Indian basmati Rice),Pulses, Tea, coffee, groundnut, cashew(Roasted & Salted), Pepper,Cardamom,soyabean Meal, Sugar,Red dried chilli, Linseed, Mustard Nigarseed, palm, soyabean, sunflower, Arcanut, cinnamon, Cloves, coriander, Garlic, Ginger, Tamarind, turmeric, onion, Potato, Bajra, Barley, Jower, Maize, Ragi, wheat, Jute, etc
AGRO AND AGRO BASED COMMODITIES
1)SPICES
 TURMERIC
 CARDEMON
 CLOVES
 CINNAMON
 CASSIA
 BLACK PEPPER
2)SEEDS
 CUMIN
 FENNEL
 SESAME
 FENUGREEK
3)PULSES
 BLACK MATTAPE
 CHICK PEAS(DESI AND KABULI)
 MOONG DAL
4)GRAINS
 RICE
 WHEAT
SCOYA OFFEE
EDIBLE OIL
 SUNFLOWER OIL
 COTTON SEED OIL
 RAPE SEED OIL
 CORN OIL
 GROUNDNUT OIL
FERTILIZERS & CHEMICALS
 MOP
 UREA
 CAPROLACTUM
 AMMONIUM SULPHATE
 AMMONIUM NITRATE
 PHOSPHORIC ACID
 LIQUID AMMONIA
PETROLEUM AND PETROCHEMICAL PRODUCTS
 CRUDE OIL
 SKO
 FURNACE OIL
 NAPHTHA
 DIESEL OIL
 PARAFFIN WAX
 BETUMIN
 COAL AND COKE
FERROUS AND NON FERROUS METALS
 GOLD
 SILVER
 COPPER
 COPPER SCRAP
 HMS1/2
 LMS
Kindly let us know your requirement asap.
Awaiting your prompt reply.


Buyers contact us through fax. 0091-471-344435
Best Regards.
B.Radhakrishnan
Director.


Date: 8/8/1 Time: 10:18 PM
Subject: Export of 100% Broken White Rice
E-mail Address: omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in


SAROJA OVERSEAS EXPORTS,
R.V.SREEVISHNU, DIRECTOR.
21/1427,OPP.Nedumcaud UPS,
Karamana.post.Trivandrum.2.
INDIA
Phone. 0091-471-344435
Fax. 0091-471-344435
E-MAIL.omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in
http://www.sdpl.com/saroja

Dear Sir,
Sub:-Exports
We are India's largest exporters of Rice(Indian Long Grain, Indian basmati Rice),Pulses, Tea, coffee, groundnut, cashew(Roasted & Salted), Pepper,Cardamom,soyabean Meal, Sugar,Red dried chilli, Linseed, Mustard Nigarseed, palm, soyabean, sunflower, Arcanut, cinnamon, Cloves, coriander, Garlic, Ginger, Tamarind, turmeric, onion, Potato, Bajra, Barley, Jower, Maize, Ragi, wheat, Jute, etc
AGRO AND AGRO BASED COMMODITIES
1)SPICES
 TURMERIC
 CARDEMON
 CLOVES
 CINNAMON
 CASSIA
 BLACK PEPPER
2)SEEDS
 CUMIN
 FENNEL
 SESAME
 FENUGREEK
3)PULSES
 BLACK MATTAPE
 CHICK PEAS(DESI AND KABULI)
 MOONG DAL
4)GRAINS
 RICE
 WHEAT
SCOYA OFFEE
EDIBLE OIL
 SUNFLOWER OIL
 COTTON SEED OIL
 RAPE SEED OIL
 CORN OIL
 GROUNDNUT OIL
FERTILIZERS & CHEMICALS
 MOP
 UREA
 CAPROLACTUM
 AMMONIUM SULPHATE
 AMMONIUM NITRATE
 PHOSPHORIC ACID
 LIQUID AMMONIA
PETROLEUM AND PETROCHEMICAL PRODUCTS
 CRUDE OIL
 SKO
 FURNACE OIL
 NAPHTHA
 DIESEL OIL
 PARAFFIN WAX
 BETUMIN
 COAL AND COKE
FERROUS AND NON FERROUS METALS
 GOLD
 SILVER
 COPPER
 COPPER SCRAP
 HMS1/2
 LMS
Kindly let us know your requirement asap.
Awaiting your prompt reply.


Buyers contact us through fax. 0091-471-344435
Best Regards.
B.Radhakrishnan
Director.


Date: 8/8/1 Time: 5:00 PM
Subject: History of Quilting
E-mail Address: quack5@midwest.net

I am looking for the orign of the art of quilting.
I need to make a report .


Date: 8/8/1 Time: 7:13 AM
Subject: Feed Sacks
E-mail Address: edwaquilt@aol.com

There is a web site for The Feedsack Club. I don't have it but you should be able to find it thru a search.
Good quality feedsacks are selling from $6-about $12 at antique malls and in booths at quilt shows.
Printed sacks are about the only ones they are selling. There doesn't appear to be much interest in white ones.

Holice


Date: 8/7/1 Time: 11:44 PM
Subject: Flour sack quilts
E-mail Address: Bindernash@aol.com

I have heard there are people who make quilts out of the old flour sacks/feed sacks. I have acquired some of these old sacks and would like to sell them. Are there any sites or pages that deal with this type of quilting?


Date: 8/5/1 Time: 12:07 PM
Subject: Tumlbing Blocks
E-mail Address: viaettbr@planetkc,com

I saw a kit of already cut tumbling blocks that you could order on this website. Dose anyone know where I saw it? Sylvia


Date: 8/4/1 Time: 11:57 AM
Subject: quilts before 1800
E-mail Address: csieg@kconline.com

What sort of pieced quilts were done before 1800 and what colors,prints, plaids, and types of fabrics. I know chintz was used for applque. Also there were whole cloth quilts where the quilting was the art form. I am a re-enactor and need this indormation. Charlotte


Date: 8/3/1 Time: 8:36 PM
Subject: Quilts as codes on the Underground Railroad
E-mail Address: rvarner@kc.net

I would like any information that may be available.


Date: 8/2/1 Time: 10:40 PM
Subject: export of red chilli
E-mail Address: omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in


SAROJA OVERSEAS EXPORTS,
R.V.SREEVISHNU, DIRECTOR.
21/1427,OPP.Nedumcaud UPS,
Karamana.post.Trivandrum.2.
INDIA
Phone. 0091-471-344435
Fax. 0091-471-344435
E-MAIL.omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in
http://www.sdpl.com/saroja

Dear Sir,
Sub:-Exports
We are India's largest exporters of Rice(Indian Long Grain, Indian basmati Rice),Pulses, Tea, coffee, groundnut, cashew(Roasted & Salted), Pepper,Cardamom,soyabean Meal, Sugar,Red dried chilli, Linseed, Mustard Nigarseed, palm, soyabean, sunflower, Arcanut, cinnamon, Cloves, coriander, Garlic, Ginger, Tamarind, turmeric, onion, Potato, Bajra, Barley, Jower, Maize, Ragi, wheat, Jute, etc
AGRO AND AGRO BASED COMMODITIES
1)SPICES
 TURMERIC
 CARDEMON
 CLOVES
 CINNAMON
 CASSIA
 BLACK PEPPER
2)SEEDS
 CUMIN
 FENNEL
 SESAME
 FENUGREEK
3)PULSES
 BLACK MATTAPE
 CHICK PEAS(DESI AND KABULI)
 MOONG DAL
4)GRAINS
 RICE
 WHEAT
SCOYA OFFEE
EDIBLE OIL
 SUNFLOWER OIL
 COTTON SEED OIL
 RAPE SEED OIL
 CORN OIL
 GROUNDNUT OIL
FERTILIZERS & CHEMICALS
 MOP
 UREA
 CAPROLACTUM
 AMMONIUM SULPHATE
 AMMONIUM NITRATE
 PHOSPHORIC ACID
 LIQUID AMMONIA
PETROLEUM AND PETROCHEMICAL PRODUCTS
 CRUDE OIL
 SKO
 FURNACE OIL
 NAPHTHA
 DIESEL OIL
 PARAFFIN WAX
 BETUMIN
 COAL AND COKE
FERROUS AND NON FERROUS METALS
 GOLD
 SILVER
 COPPER
 COPPER SCRAP
 HMS1/2
 LMS
Kindly let us know your requirement asap.
Awaiting your prompt reply.


Buyers contact us through fax. 0091-471-344435
Best Regards.
B.Radhakrishnan
Director.


Date: 8/2/1 Time: 10:38 PM
Subject: export of assam tea
E-mail Address: omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in


SAROJA OVERSEAS EXPORTS,
R.V.SREEVISHNU, DIRECTOR.
21/1427,OPP.Nedumcaud UPS,
Karamana.post.Trivandrum.2.
INDIA
Phone. 0091-471-344435
Fax. 0091-471-344435
E-MAIL.omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in
http://www.sdpl.com/saroja

Dear Sir,
Sub:-Exports
We are India's largest exporters of Rice(Indian Long Grain, Indian basmati Rice),Pulses, Tea, coffee, groundnut, cashew(Roasted & Salted), Pepper,Cardamom,soyabean Meal, Sugar,Red dried chilli, Linseed, Mustard Nigarseed, palm, soyabean, sunflower, Arcanut, cinnamon, Cloves, coriander, Garlic, Ginger, Tamarind, turmeric, onion, Potato, Bajra, Barley, Jower, Maize, Ragi, wheat, Jute, etc
AGRO AND AGRO BASED COMMODITIES
1)SPICES
 TURMERIC
 CARDEMON
 CLOVES
 CINNAMON
 CASSIA
 BLACK PEPPER
2)SEEDS
 CUMIN
 FENNEL
 SESAME
 FENUGREEK
3)PULSES
 BLACK MATTAPE
 CHICK PEAS(DESI AND KABULI)
 MOONG DAL
4)GRAINS
 RICE
 WHEAT
SCOYA OFFEE
EDIBLE OIL
 SUNFLOWER OIL
 COTTON SEED OIL
 RAPE SEED OIL
 CORN OIL
 GROUNDNUT OIL
FERTILIZERS & CHEMICALS
 MOP
 UREA
 CAPROLACTUM
 AMMONIUM SULPHATE
 AMMONIUM NITRATE
 PHOSPHORIC ACID
 LIQUID AMMONIA
PETROLEUM AND PETROCHEMICAL PRODUCTS
 CRUDE OIL
 SKO
 FURNACE OIL
 NAPHTHA
 DIESEL OIL
 PARAFFIN WAX
 BETUMIN
 COAL AND COKE
FERROUS AND NON FERROUS METALS
 GOLD
 SILVER
 COPPER
 COPPER SCRAP
 HMS1/2
 LMS
Kindly let us know your requirement asap.
Awaiting your prompt reply.


Buyers contact us through fax. 0091-471-344435
Best Regards.
B.Radhakrishnan
Director.


Date: 8/2/1 Time: 10:37 PM
Subject: export of indian basmati rice
E-mail Address: omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in


SAROJA OVERSEAS EXPORTS,
R.V.SREEVISHNU, DIRECTOR.
21/1427,OPP.Nedumcaud UPS,
Karamana.post.Trivandrum.2.
INDIA
Phone. 0091-471-344435
Fax. 0091-471-344435
E-MAIL.omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in
http://www.sdpl.com/saroja

Dear Sir,
Sub:-Exports
We are India's largest exporters of Rice(Indian Long Grain, Indian basmati Rice),Pulses, Tea, coffee, groundnut, cashew(Roasted & Salted), Pepper,Cardamom,soyabean Meal, Sugar,Red dried chilli, Linseed, Mustard Nigarseed, palm, soyabean, sunflower, Arcanut, cinnamon, Cloves, coriander, Garlic, Ginger, Tamarind, turmeric, onion, Potato, Bajra, Barley, Jower, Maize, Ragi, wheat, Jute, etc
AGRO AND AGRO BASED COMMODITIES
1)SPICES
 TURMERIC
 CARDEMON
 CLOVES
 CINNAMON
 CASSIA
 BLACK PEPPER
2)SEEDS
 CUMIN
 FENNEL
 SESAME
 FENUGREEK
3)PULSES
 BLACK MATTAPE
 CHICK PEAS(DESI AND KABULI)
 MOONG DAL
4)GRAINS
 RICE
 WHEAT
SCOYA OFFEE
EDIBLE OIL
 SUNFLOWER OIL
 COTTON SEED OIL
 RAPE SEED OIL
 CORN OIL
 GROUNDNUT OIL
FERTILIZERS & CHEMICALS
 MOP
 UREA
 CAPROLACTUM
 AMMONIUM SULPHATE
 AMMONIUM NITRATE
 PHOSPHORIC ACID
 LIQUID AMMONIA
PETROLEUM AND PETROCHEMICAL PRODUCTS
 CRUDE OIL
 SKO
 FURNACE OIL
 NAPHTHA
 DIESEL OIL
 PARAFFIN WAX
 BETUMIN
 COAL AND COKE
FERROUS AND NON FERROUS METALS
 GOLD
 SILVER
 COPPER
 COPPER SCRAP
 HMS1/2
 LMS
Kindly let us know your requirement asap.
Awaiting your prompt reply.


Buyers contact us through fax. 0091-471-344435
Best Regards.
B.Radhakrishnan
Director.


Date: 8/2/1 Time: 10:37 PM
Subject: export of indian long grain rice
E-mail Address: omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in


SAROJA OVERSEAS EXPORTS,
R.V.SREEVISHNU, DIRECTOR.
21/1427,OPP.Nedumcaud UPS,
Karamana.post.Trivandrum.2.
INDIA
Phone. 0091-471-344435
Fax. 0091-471-344435
E-MAIL.omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in
http://www.sdpl.com/saroja

Dear Sir,
Sub:-Exports
We are India's largest exporters of Rice(Indian Long Grain, Indian basmati Rice),Pulses, Tea, coffee, groundnut, cashew(Roasted & Salted), Pepper,Cardamom,soyabean Meal, Sugar,Red dried chilli, Linseed, Mustard Nigarseed, palm, soyabean, sunflower, Arcanut, cinnamon, Cloves, coriander, Garlic, Ginger, Tamarind, turmeric, onion, Potato, Bajra, Barley, Jower, Maize, Ragi, wheat, Jute, etc
AGRO AND AGRO BASED COMMODITIES
1)SPICES
 TURMERIC
 CARDEMON
 CLOVES
 CINNAMON
 CASSIA
 BLACK PEPPER
2)SEEDS
 CUMIN
 FENNEL
 SESAME
 FENUGREEK
3)PULSES
 BLACK MATTAPE
 CHICK PEAS(DESI AND KABULI)
 MOONG DAL
4)GRAINS
 RICE
 WHEAT
SCOYA OFFEE
EDIBLE OIL
 SUNFLOWER OIL
 COTTON SEED OIL
 RAPE SEED OIL
 CORN OIL
 GROUNDNUT OIL
FERTILIZERS & CHEMICALS
 MOP
 UREA
 CAPROLACTUM
 AMMONIUM SULPHATE
 AMMONIUM NITRATE
 PHOSPHORIC ACID
 LIQUID AMMONIA
PETROLEUM AND PETROCHEMICAL PRODUCTS
 CRUDE OIL
 SKO
 FURNACE OIL
 NAPHTHA
 DIESEL OIL
 PARAFFIN WAX
 BETUMIN
 COAL AND COKE
FERROUS AND NON FERROUS METALS
 GOLD
 SILVER
 COPPER
 COPPER SCRAP
 HMS1/2
 LMS
Kindly let us know your requirement asap.
Awaiting your prompt reply.


Buyers contact us through fax. 0091-471-344435
Best Regards.
B.Radhakrishnan
Director.


Date: 8/2/1 Time: 10:35 PM
Subject: export of 100% broken white rice
E-mail Address: omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in


SAROJA OVERSEAS EXPORTS,
R.V.SREEVISHNU, DIRECTOR.
21/1427,OPP.Nedumcaud UPS,
Karamana.post.Trivandrum.2.
INDIA
Phone. 0091-471-344435
Fax. 0091-471-344435
E-MAIL.omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in
http://www.sdpl.com/saroja

Dear Sir,
Sub:-Exports
We are India's largest exporters of Rice(Indian Long Grain, Indian basmati Rice),Pulses, Tea, coffee, groundnut, cashew(Roasted & Salted), Pepper,Cardamom,soyabean Meal, Sugar,Red dried chilli, Linseed, Mustard Nigarseed, palm, soyabean, sunflower, Arcanut, cinnamon, Cloves, coriander, Garlic, Ginger, Tamarind, turmeric, onion, Potato, Bajra, Barley, Jower, Maize, Ragi, wheat, Jute, etc
AGRO AND AGRO BASED COMMODITIES
1)SPICES
 TURMERIC
 CARDEMON
 CLOVES
 CINNAMON
 CASSIA
 BLACK PEPPER
2)SEEDS
 CUMIN
 FENNEL
 SESAME
 FENUGREEK
3)PULSES
 BLACK MATTAPE
 CHICK PEAS(DESI AND KABULI)
 MOONG DAL
4)GRAINS
 RICE
 WHEAT
SCOYA OFFEE
EDIBLE OIL
 SUNFLOWER OIL
 COTTON SEED OIL
 RAPE SEED OIL
 CORN OIL
 GROUNDNUT OIL
FERTILIZERS & CHEMICALS
 MOP
 UREA
 CAPROLACTUM
 AMMONIUM SULPHATE
 AMMONIUM NITRATE
 PHOSPHORIC ACID
 LIQUID AMMONIA
PETROLEUM AND PETROCHEMICAL PRODUCTS
 CRUDE OIL
 SKO
 FURNACE OIL
 NAPHTHA
 DIESEL OIL
 PARAFFIN WAX
 BETUMIN
 COAL AND COKE
FERROUS AND NON FERROUS METALS
 GOLD
 SILVER
 COPPER
 COPPER SCRAP
 HMS1/2
 LMS
Kindly let us know your requirement asap.
Awaiting your prompt reply.


Buyers contact us through fax. 0091-471-344435
Best Regards.
B.Radhakrishnan
Director.


Date: 7/30/1 Time: 10:46 PM
Subject: Log Cabin
E-mail Address: ramm.3@ttinational.net

I would like to know the history behind the log cabin quilt pattern. All I know is that the center square is usually red to represent the hearth. When and where the pattern originated would be nice to know. Thank you for any information you could share with me.
Sincerely,
Micki


Date: 7/30/1 Time: 6:36 PM
Subject: History on Crayon Quilts
E-mail Address: jcox@vvm.com

I would like to know where I can find the history of the crayon quilt. I am doing an SOQ talk at my quilt guild in October and would like time to research the subject. Thank you.


Date: 7/30/1 Time: 6:03 PM
Subject: ohio star history-need RIGHT away!
E-mail Address: alexaredding@hotmail.com

i was wondering if anyone knows the history of the ohio star quilt pattern. if anyone does, please email me as soon as possible. i need it right away!!!

thanks,

alexa jo


Date: 7/29/1 Time: 1:34 PM
Subject: Bear Paw Quilt block
E-mail Address: edwaquilt@aol.com

Easliest date shown is in the Kansas City Star of 1931.

Holice Turnbow


Date: 7/29/1 Time: 6:57 AM
Subject: Auctionweiser.com - Weiser Than The Rest!
E-mail Address: grndmstrnwo@hotmail.com

Greetings All,


Found a great auction site, Auctionweiser.com. The site looks like it has a lot of potential.. So check it out at Http://www.Auctionweiser.com.

Best,

Kent


Date: 7/28/1 Time: 3:37 AM
Subject: export of red chilli
E-mail Address: omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in


SAROJA OVERSEAS EXPORTS,
R.V.SREEVISHNU, DIRECTOR.
21/1427,OPP.Nedumcaud UPS,
Karamana.post.Trivandrum.2.
INDIA
Phone. 0091-471-344435
Fax. 0091-471-344435
E-MAIL.omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in
http://www.sdpl.com/saroja

Dear Sir,
Sub:-Exports
We are India's largest exporters of Rice(Indian Long Grain, Indian basmati Rice),Pulses, Tea, coffee, groundnut, cashew(Roasted & Salted), Pepper,Cardamom,soyabean Meal, Sugar,Red dried chilli, Linseed, Mustard Nigarseed, palm, soyabean, sunflower, Arcanut, cinnamon, Cloves, coriander, Garlic, Ginger, Tamarind, turmeric, onion, Potato, Bajra, Barley, Jower, Maize, Ragi, wheat, Jute, etc
Kindly let us know your requirement asap.
Awaiting your prompt reply.


Buyers contact us through fax. 0091-471-344435
Best Regards.
B.Radhakrishnan
Director.


Date: 7/28/1 Time: 3:36 AM
Subject: export of assam tea
E-mail Address: omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in


SAROJA OVERSEAS EXPORTS,
R.V.SREEVISHNU, DIRECTOR.
21/1427,OPP.Nedumcaud UPS,
Karamana.post.Trivandrum.2.
INDIA
Phone. 0091-471-344435
Fax. 0091-471-344435
E-MAIL.omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in
http://www.sdpl.com/saroja

Dear Sir,
Sub:-Exports
We are India's largest exporters of Rice(Indian Long Grain, Indian basmati Rice),Pulses, Tea, coffee, groundnut, cashew(Roasted & Salted), Pepper,Cardamom,soyabean Meal, Sugar,Red dried chilli, Linseed, Mustard Nigarseed, palm, soyabean, sunflower, Arcanut, cinnamon, Cloves, coriander, Garlic, Ginger, Tamarind, turmeric, onion, Potato, Bajra, Barley, Jower, Maize, Ragi, wheat, Jute, etc
Kindly let us know your requirement asap.
Awaiting your prompt reply.


Buyers contact us through fax. 0091-471-344435
Best Regards.
B.Radhakrishnan
Director.


Date: 7/28/1 Time: 3:35 AM
Subject: export of indian basmati rice
E-mail Address: omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in


SAROJA OVERSEAS EXPORTS,
R.V.SREEVISHNU, DIRECTOR.
21/1427,OPP.Nedumcaud UPS,
Karamana.post.Trivandrum.2.
INDIA
Phone. 0091-471-344435
Fax. 0091-471-344435
E-MAIL.omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in
http://www.sdpl.com/saroja

Dear Sir,
Sub:-Exports
We are India's largest exporters of Rice(Indian Long Grain, Indian basmati Rice),Pulses, Tea, coffee, groundnut, cashew(Roasted & Salted), Pepper,Cardamom,soyabean Meal, Sugar,Red dried chilli, Linseed, Mustard Nigarseed, palm, soyabean, sunflower, Arcanut, cinnamon, Cloves, coriander, Garlic, Ginger, Tamarind, turmeric, onion, Potato, Bajra, Barley, Jower, Maize, Ragi, wheat, Jute, etc
Kindly let us know your requirement asap.
Awaiting your prompt reply.


Buyers contact us through fax. 0091-471-344435
Best Regards.
B.Radhakrishnan
Director.


Date: 7/28/1 Time: 3:34 AM
Subject: export of indian long grain rice
E-mail Address: omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in


SAROJA OVERSEAS EXPORTS,
R.V.SREEVISHNU, DIRECTOR.
21/1427,OPP.Nedumcaud UPS,
Karamana.post.Trivandrum.2.
INDIA
Phone. 0091-471-344435
Fax. 0091-471-344435
E-MAIL.omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in
http://www.sdpl.com/saroja

Dear Sir,
Sub:-Exports
We are India's largest exporters of Rice(Indian Long Grain, Indian basmati Rice),Pulses, Tea, coffee, groundnut, cashew(Roasted & Salted), Pepper,Cardamom,soyabean Meal, Sugar,Red dried chilli, Linseed, Mustard Nigarseed, palm, soyabean, sunflower, Arcanut, cinnamon, Cloves, coriander, Garlic, Ginger, Tamarind, turmeric, onion, Potato, Bajra, Barley, Jower, Maize, Ragi, wheat, Jute, etc
Kindly let us know your requirement asap.
Awaiting your prompt reply.


Buyers contact us through fax. 0091-471-344435
Best Regards.
B.Radhakrishnan
Director.


Date: 7/28/1 Time: 3:32 AM
Subject: export of 100% broken white rice
E-mail Address: omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in


SAROJA OVERSEAS EXPORTS,
R.V.SREEVISHNU, DIRECTOR.
21/1427,OPP.Nedumcaud UPS,
Karamana.post.Trivandrum.2.
INDIA
Phone. 0091-471-344435
Fax. 0091-471-344435
E-MAIL.omuruga@md3.vsnl.net.in
http://www.sdpl.com/saroja

Dear Sir,
Sub:-Exports
We are India's largest exporters of Rice(Indian Long Grain, Indian basmati Rice),Pulses, Tea, coffee, groundnut, cashew(Roasted & Salted), Pepper,Cardamom,soyabean Meal, Sugar,Red dried chilli, Linseed, Mustard Nigarseed, palm, soyabean, sunflower, Arcanut, cinnamon, Cloves, coriander, Garlic, Ginger, Tamarind, turmeric, onion, Potato, Bajra, Barley, Jower, Maize, Ragi, wheat, Jute, etc
AGRO AND AGRO BASED COMMODITIES
1)SPICES
 TURMERIC
 CARDEMON
 CLOVES
 CINNAMON
 CASSIA
 BLACK PEPPER
2)SEEDS
 CUMIN
 FENNEL
 SESAME
 FENUGREEK
3)PULSES
 BLACK MATTAPE
 CHICK PEAS(DESI AND KABULI)
 MOONG DAL
4)GRAINS
 RICE
 WHEAT
SCOYA OFFEE
EDIBLE OIL
 SUNFLOWER OIL
 COTTON SEED OIL
 RAPE SEED OIL
 CORN OIL
 GROUNDNUT OIL
FERTILIZERS & CHEMICALS
 MOP
 UREA
 CAPROLACTUM
 AMMONIUM SULPHATE
 AMMONIUM NITRATE
 PHOSPHORIC ACID
 LIQUID AMMONIA
PETROLEUM AND PETROCHEMICAL PRODUCTS
 CRUDE OIL
 SKO
 FURNACE OIL
 NAPHTHA
 DIESEL OIL
 PARAFFIN WAX
 BETUMIN
 COAL AND COKE
FERROUS AND NON FERROUS METALS
 GOLD
 SILVER
 COPPER
 COPPER SCRAP
 HMS1/2
 LMS
Kindly let us know your requirement asap.
Awaiting your prompt reply.


Buyers contact us through fax. 0091-471-344435
Best Regards.
B.Radhakrishnan
Director.


Date: 7/27/1 Time: 10:04 PM
Subject: Tinman takes a Wife
E-mail Address: diver@ausisp.com

I am looking for this pattern for my wife. She has always wanted to do it and I thought I might suprise her for our wedding aniversary, as she has not been able to find it for several years.


Date: 7/26/1 Time: 12:22 AM
Subject: double wedding ring
E-mail Address: priority@easystreet.com

I am giving a double wedding ring quilt as a wedding gift. Any information on the significance or origins of the design would be very much appreciated !!


Date: 7/24/1 Time: 10:14 AM
Subject: quilt & block history
E-mail Address: wyorookie@webtv.net

The Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns is a great start for finding when a pattern first appeared and other names it may have. Check the library for a copy. Gail


Date: 7/23/1 Time: 8:28 AM
Subject: crayon quilts
E-mail Address: carolqlt@oz.net

We at our church are making a Sunday School kids signature quilt for the minister's wife and to put a piece of fabric on the freezer paper like you would do for adults wouldn't work. I thought that I heard that you could put contact paper on the back of the fabric so it would be a little more sturdy. Has anyone ever done this or know of a beter idea?
Thank you for all of your help again.
God Bless You


Date: 7/22/1 Time: 3:01 PM
Subject: bear's paw quilt block
E-mail Address: mytealeaves@Hotmail.com

What is the earliest date for that the "Bear's paw" quilt block appeared in American quilts?


Date: 7/22/1 Time: 3:01 PM
Subject: bear's paw quilt block
E-mail Address: mytealeaves@Hotmail.com

What is the earliest date for that the "Bear's paw" quilt block appeared in American quilts?


Date: 7/22/1 Time: 3:00 PM
Subject: bear's paw quilt block
E-mail Address: mytealeaves@Hotmail.com

What is the earliest date for that the "Bear's paw quilt block appeared in American quilts?


Date: 7/21/1 Time: 8:52 PM
Subject: Quilt History
E-mail Address: edwaquilt@aol.com

If the quilt was documented in the Wisconsin Documentation Project, then the information you need should be with the papers related to the project. So you need to find where the documentation is on file.

Holice Turnbow


Date: 7/20/1 Time: 11:14 PM
Subject: Quilt History
E-mail Address: maraj64@hotmail.com

Hi! I'm new to this site, but I'm hoping someone can help me find some history on a Flower Garden quilt that was made by Gertrud Sharpnack Herbert, wife of Dr. Ralph Henry of LaCrosse, WI. This quilt is documented(tag) w/Wisconsin Quilt History Project & the tag # is 567. There's also a smaller # 2788. The quilt is made from pieces of clothing of the family. I'm wondering its approx. date made & why it's documented & any other info/history on it please. I've checked into the WQHP Web site, but am unable to find out any info on it. I'd greatly appreciate any help or directions in seeking this info. Thank You so much!


Date: 7/19/1 Time: 2:53 PM
Subject: History of charm star and maltese circle quilt patterns
E-mail Address: gmcfadden@somd.lib.md.us

I am interested in learning the history of two
pieced or patchwork patterns - the charm star and
the maltese circle. I would like to know how
the pattern got its name and any name variations
for these patterns.
Thanks! Gail


Date: 7/17/1 Time: 10:36 AM
Subject: pieced pattern for frog and/or lizard
E-mail Address: olivguil@yahoo.com

Wanting to decorate for classroom this year. Would like to use "leaping" as theme. Does anyone know where to find a pieced pattern for a frog and/or lizard? thanks


Date: 7/15/1 Time: 5:31 PM
Subject: Japan export 94 BNSH-VN-12 Barudan
E-mail Address: aab06890@pop16.odn.ne.jp

Photo available http://members.tripod.com/~shouten
/index-3.html
We can supply to your target price only.
No target price of yours means no business, please. Japan Embroidery machine exporter


Date: 7/13/1 Time: 8:40 AM
Subject: Kentucky Coffin Quilt
E-mail Address: timmons@speeddial.net

I'm looking for a photo of this quilt, which I saw in a book years ago. There is a new children's book about it. It is a medallion quilt, probably Civil War era, in dark colors, with coffins enclosed in a fenced area in the center and more coffins in the border. As family members died, their coffins were moved from the border into the center "cemetery" area.

I'd really like to find a photo online, but if you know the name and author of a book containing a photo, that would be fine, too.

Thank you very much!
Cathe


Date: 7/13/1 Time: 4:46 AM
Subject: Anne Orr
E-mail Address: glenjacklin@hotmail.com

I am looking for the applique pattern "Autumn
leaves" designed by Anne Orr in approx. 1930's.
I have recently seen this design as a miniature
quilt but would like to know where I can get this
as a queen size pattern. Hope someone can help.


Date: 7/12/1 Time: 11:47 PM
Subject: redwork
E-mail Address: saltcrkate@aol.com

Our church craft group was given a redwork quilt to complete for our fall bazzar. I am trying to find out a little history of redwork quilts. I saw one in Sisters Oregon last year at their quilt show and there was an explanation of it's history but I don't recall what it said. All the squares are cats and the person who embroiderd them did a beautiful job. I tied it and have put the binding on. In the box were a couple of spools of thread on wooden spools, so I figure it was done quite a few years ago!
Cathy Joplin


Date: 7/12/1 Time: 7:18 PM
Subject: Pinwheel quilt
E-mail Address: J_ferlito@hotmail.com

Hi everyone. I know absolutely nothing about quilting and desperately need to know the history about the pinwheel quilt for a college class. If you know of any websites or have any info. PLEASE let me know ASAP.
Thanks A Bunch!
Jennifer


Date: 7/8/1 Time: 10:03 PM
Subject: Revolutionary War Quilts
E-mail Address: adairATexecpcDOTcom

Hi, I'm also interested in antique quilts (although mostly of a later date). In my collection of books on antique quilts, there are very few quilts from before 1800--they seem to be very rare. The existing ones are usually medallion centers. Sometimes they include chintz applique. Martha Washington made one with a toile center panel depicting William Penn's treaty with the Indians, which is pictured in lots of books. I don't know of any that are definitely known to be made during the Revolutionary War. If you find any, I'd love to know!
Sylvia in Wisconsin


Date: 7/8/1 Time: 9:10 AM
Subject: Quilt Block History
E-mail Address: edwaquilt##@aol.com

I have been trying to think of any source for this kind of information. The only place where you might find it will be in back issues of Quilter's Newsletter Magazines. Barbara Brackman, from time to time, wrote articles about the history. They were usually by theme or by state.

Holice


Date: 7/7/1 Time: 10:19 PM
Subject: Revolunary War Quilts
E-mail Address: edwaquilt@aol.com

What books did you research about this subject. It would be helpful to know what you have done so
effort would not be duplicated.

Holice


Date: 7/7/1 Time: 10:18 PM
Subject: Teddy Bear's Picnic
E-mail Address: edwaquilt@aol.com

I am not familiar with this pattern. Where did you see it. It may have been a wallhanging or full quilt.

Holice


Date: 7/6/1 Time: 5:39 PM
Subject: Teddy Bear's Picnic
E-mail Address: tejasbabs@AOL.com

I am a fiction writer with a collection of short stories. Each is titled with the name of a quilt pattern and this pattern-quilt is a part of the story. One of the titles is the above pattern. Can someone give me a web site where I might find a copy of the quilt pattern? Thanks.
Barbara Deming


Date: 7/5/1 Time: 4:16 PM
Subject: Quilt Block History
E-mail Address: traszdm@juno.com

I was recently elected president of our guild, and would like to something different. I would like to present a different block each month, and give the history of that block. At the end of my term, 12 months, I hope to have a sampler done, and hopefully some of the members will also. Does anyone know of good reference book(s) that I can find this information? Thanks, Mary


Date: 7/5/1 Time: 5:08 AM
Subject: Revolutionary War Quilts
E-mail Address: calberthome@ldd.net

Would like information on early American Quilts during the Revolutionary War . Who made them,patterns used,technique used, and the meaning of them. Have looked online but not found what I wanted and reserached several books but still nothing. Any information would be appreciated.
calberthome@ldd.net
Jane Calbert
Sikeston,MO


Date: 7/3/1 Time: 6:19 PM
Subject: Conversational prints
E-mail Address: pierced@mail.fortschools.org

I recently purchased an old quilt and was told that the quilt may contain conversational prints. What are these and when were they used?


Date: 7/3/1 Time: 12:46 PM
Subject: Pioneer Quilts
E-mail Address: smithinc@uniserve.com

Hi my name is Sandy, and I would like to make a quilt all by hand just like they did in the pioneer days I don't want a sewing machine to do any of the work just my bare hands, can anyone help me get started. Sandy in sunny B.C CANADA
P.S. I have never quilted before, just a newbie
and excited and eager to get started.


Date: 7/1/1 Time: 7:32 PM
Subject: Hardwick Hall quilts
E-mail Address: lynnlayhee@ulink.net

I have heard that Hardwick Hall, England, has a

quilt on display that was made by Mary, Queen of

Scots. Is this true? If so, could I please see a

picture or photo of it? thanks!!!


Date: 6/29/1 Time: 5:57 PM
Subject: Swastika or Flyfoot Pattern
E-mail Address: jillpuff@cwnet.com

Please help. I have some material that my grandmother left, and also a pattern called swastika or flyfoot. The only trouble is that the pattern has faded and is hard to read. Can any give me the pattern?? Thank you.


Date: 6/28/1 Time: 4:46 PM
Subject: Quanity of Fabric for Double Bed Size
E-mail Address: theestate_123@hotmail.com

I am a beginner quilter and would like to make the Bear Paw 14" block quilt, double bed size. Would someone be so kind to let me know how much material I need to buy...using two different fabrics. Thanks so much!


Date: 6/28/1 Time: 2:16 PM
Subject: Bowtie Pattern
E-mail Address: avenueministries@juno.com

I am trying to find what the bowtie pattern looks like. I've tried to find it and haven't had any luck. Can someone e-mail a picture or description of it? Thanks!
Vicki


Date: 6/28/1 Time: 8:53 AM
Subject: Irish Chain Quilts
E-mail Address: plbauer@g2a.net

I am interested in the history of Irish chain quilts. Did they originate in Ireland? I would appreciate any input.


Date: 6/27/1 Time: 10:08 AM
Subject: "Dresden Plate" design. ??
E-mail Address: scrave@marz.com

Hello, everyone !!
I am new to this site, but was recommended to come here to find more about my quilt top. I currently have it on auction at BidVille Auctions, item number, 3451932. It is a Dresden Plate design, I was told by another member of BidVille. I am selling this for a nominal fee, but my friends have told me I am not charging enough, and to get it appraised. Please, if anyone can help me out, please email. The quilt can be seen at, http://www.bidville.com/listings/details/index_asp.asp?itemnum=3451932. Many Thanks to all that reply !!!


Date: 6/27/1 Time: 10:08 AM
Subject: "Dresden Plate" design. ??
E-mail Address: scrave@marz.com

Hello, everyone !!
I am new to this site, but was recommended to come here to find more about my quilt top. I currently have it on auction at BidVille Auctions, item number, 3451932. It is a Dresden Plate design, I was told by another member of BidVille. I am selling this for a nominal fee, but my friends have told me I am not charging enough, and to get it appraised. Please, if anyone can help me out, please email. The quilt can be seen at, http://www.bidville.com/listings/details/index_asp.asp?itemnum=3451932. Many Thanks to all that reply !!!


Date: 6/25/1 Time: 8:41 AM
Subject: Irish Chain
E-mail Address: bmattson@francomm.com

Can anyone tell me about the history of the Irish Chain Quilt or where I might go to find out more about this?


Date: 6/20/1 Time: 11:29 AM
Subject: quilting poetry
E-mail Address: mikekarr@earthlink.net

I am looking for poetry concerning quilting. There was an old web site that was called Lisa from Texas I think. She listed several poems concering quilting and I can not find the web site. If any one can help me find her poetry it would be greatly appreciated! Thank you. Marie


Date: 6/19/1 Time: 8:55 AM
Subject: LOG CABIN QUILTS
E-mail Address: STAMPALLDAY@CS.COM

I AM LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON THE HISTORY BEHIND THE LOG CABIN QUILT. PLEASE HELP!THANKS!


Date: 6/19/1 Time: 8:55 AM
Subject: LOG CABIN QUILTS
E-mail Address: STAMPALLDAY@CS.COM

I AM LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON THE HISTORY BEHIND THE LOG CABIN QUILT. PLEASE HELP!THANKS!


Date: 6/14/1 Time: 9:26 PM
Subject: Ohio Star
E-mail Address: MOLIVA777@msn.com

If anybody know any history about the Ohio Star PLEASE e-mail me ASAP. I really need information about it and I cannot find any. Thank you so much!!


Date: 6/14/1 Time: 2:09 PM
Subject: Quilting superstitions
E-mail Address: ellenterry@erols.com

My quilt guild is compiling information on superstitions related to quilting and or particular quilt patterns. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.


Date: 6/11/1 Time: 8:47 AM
Subject: Quilts and the Underground Railroad
E-mail Address: pam@capc.com

I was a museum shop book buyer for a 1890's
living history farm in Nebraska. Try "Hidden
in Plain View" by Jacqueline Tobin and Raymond
Dobard--published in 1999 by Doubleday. The
authors document a Underground Railroad Quilt
Code. According to their research, the codes and quilt blocks used were handed down by oral
communication-kept secret- this is why it is hard
to find written comfirmation.


Date: 6/10/1 Time: 2:49 AM
Subject: quilt magazine history
E-mail Address: tsquilt@fiberpipe.net

Does anyone know what was the first quilt magazine and when it was published? I am doing a research paper.


Date: 6/10/1 Time: 2:45 AM
Subject: quilt magazine history
E-mail Address: tsquilt@fiberpipe.net

Does anyone know what was the first quilt magazine and when it was published? I am doing a research paper.


Date: 6/9/1 Time: 3:20 PM
Subject: blue inked stampings used on fabrics/quilts
E-mail Address: brenkal1@yahoo.com

Hello, everyone! I've been advised that thisis THE place to try to get the information I am looking for regarding certain stampings on the back of a c. 1840 indigo large scale floral wholecloth quilt which I've acquired.
The quilt has 3 stampings on one of the 24" muslin backing panels...one of which says Lowell Bleach, one says Sperfine Long Clothe (inside an ornate urn, and the 3rd is of 2 swans swimming on a pond. Has anyone done a paper on stampings or is able to help me to determine the time period in which these were most frequently used or first used? I am trying to determine more accurately the date and place of origin of this beautiful American textile. Lowell, Mass. is most likely the place of origin, perhaps made by one of the mill "girls" in a dorm, but I may be off by a few decades as to the date. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you! Brenda


Date: 6/9/1 Time: 12:37 PM
Subject: Bundy family in Downton Wiltshire, also Hampshire
E-mail Address: davebundy@hotmail.com

Interested in hearing from anyone tracing the Bundy family.


Date: 6/9/1 Time: 12:31 PM
Subject: breast cancer survivor quilt pattern
E-mail Address: olivguil@yahoo.com

We are looking for a pattern that has the "ribbon" used for breast cancer survivors as the focal point on each square. I would like it to be a pieced square.
Thanks


Date: 6/8/1 Time: 10:50 AM
Subject: WIDOWS TROUBLE
E-mail Address: DENTENJOSH@AOL.COM

MY MOTHER IN-LAW RECENTLY CAME ACROSS A QUILT
CALLED "WIDOWS TROUBLE".SHE WOULD LIKE ANY INFORMATION ON IT THAT'S POSSIBLY AVAILABLE.ALSO
THE PATTERN TOO IF IT'S AVAILABLE.


Date: 6/6/1 Time: 7:09 PM
Subject: freedom quilts
E-mail Address: janetchva@aol.com

Does anyone have information on freedom quilts. I think they were made for boys at the age of 18. The back on the quilts had messages and quotations.


Date: 6/6/1 Time: 2:01 PM
Subject: Underground Railroad
E-mail Address: gehasson@peoplescom.net

I, too, am looking for any source of information on the history of quilt patterns being used for signals during the underground railroad saga. I recently read an article in a National Georgraphic Mag. about this but the web site they referred to didn't give any informaton about the quilts. It did have a very informative article, with pictures, about the underground railroad. I would appreciate any help that anyone can give me on this. I have picked up a couple of leads from browsing through the messages on this site. I will check them out. Thanks.


Date: 6/5/1 Time: 9:34 PM
Subject: Summer Quilts
E-mail Address: edwaquilt@aol.com

A summer quilt is usually one without batting. Has a backing but no batting. Made a lighter weight quilt comfortable for cooler nights. They usually were tied rather than quilted, although not always.

Holice


Date: 6/5/1 Time: 6:14 PM
Subject: South Asia quilts, appliques & patchwork
E-mail Address: lbeeman507@aol.com

I'm researching quilted, patched & appliqued textiles in SE Asia and India and would appreciate any references about these. I'm paticularly interested in patchwork in Buddhist and Islamic traditions.

Your suggestions will be much appreciated!


Date: 6/4/1 Time: 1:06 PM
Subject: Rayon Sock Quilt
E-mail Address: svinson2@msn.com

Having inherited an old quilt made of Rayon Socks perhaps from the depression era, I wonder if this may be an unusual item or one of many? Though in need of repair, knowing if of value, might lead me to invest the money for repair. The quilt evidently made of red and white socks which have faded to a shade of pink does not lend much to look at.

Though my sight does not lend itself toward quilting, I have always appreciated this art and treasure those quilts in my possession.
Many thanks for your reply/s.


Date: 6/1/1 Time: 8:53 AM
Subject: question
E-mail Address: marciaa.allen@honeywell.com

I've heard reference many times to "summer quilt". Can anyone tell me what makes a "summer quilt" different than other quilts?


Date: 5/29/1 Time: 3:07 PM
Subject: Friendship Quilts
E-mail Address: klc@tcainternet.com

Can anyone tell me the history of friendship quilts? I have one that is from 1935 and has Mother and Father on the blocks to the left and right of the year. The rest of the blocks are embroidered with women's names. I was wondering about the purpose of friendship quilts and their place in women's society. I know that the original owner had been married 5 years and was 28 years old when this quilt was given to her. I know that the names on the blocks are 50/50 friends/relatives. That is all I do know about the quilt. Can anyone help me? I am trying to put together a program for kids and would like to show this quilt to them. Thanks


Date: 5/27/1 Time: 12:51 PM
Subject: Sunbonnets
E-mail Address: suzifar@aolDOTcom

Look through any of the sunbonnet sites or books and you will usually find a pattern for a boy or two. Start with http:/www.sunbonnetsue.com

Helen Scott's new book called Bonnet Girls is out and her patterns are lovely. She also has male figures and children. You can visit her site at http:/www.bonnetgirls.com

Suzi in Chicago


Date: 5/27/1 Time: 9:01 AM
Subject: Sunbonnet "BOY" pattern
E-mail Address: leaddog@zoomnet.net

I am trying to locate the little boy applique pattern that matches the Sunbonnet girl or the Dutch girl. Any ideas??


Date: 5/25/1 Time: 11:39 PM
Subject: Re Florida Quilts
E-mail Address: suzifar@aol.com

I am not an authority, but I have lived in "South Florida" (read Tampa) in an older home and have stayed on Cedar Key. Consequently I know that many of the older homes did not have heat at all except for fireplaces until after WWII. They were basically built for summer homes. All this is to say that the full-time residents probably did make and use quilts. Check for local and State quilting guilds to research your topic further.

Suzi in Chicago


Date: 5/25/1 Time: 8:39 PM
Subject: Authenic Florida quilts
E-mail Address: jerry142@terranova.net

May 25, 2001
I am president of the Upper Keys Historical Society and am interested in Florida quilts. Since Florida did not become a territory until 1821 and has a warm climate I imagine most early quilts were brought in. Is Florida quilt history available?
jerry142@terranova.net


Date: 5/23/1 Time: 1:04 PM
Subject: Help in finding pattern
E-mail Address: tsag@netins.net

I am looking for a site on the net that had a lot of free patterns on it
As I remember the background of the pattern pages had a country look likes apples and things does anyone know where I can find that site if so please let me know
Thanks Rosie


Date: 5/11/1 Time: 12:03 AM
Subject: yo-yo quilt history
E-mail Address: popsdownie2000@dtg.net

I am making my first quilt ever. I decided to use yoyos since they are easy, beautiful and are considered heirlooms since they have been around for so long. The quilt is for my sons wedding gift next week. I have been searching for more info about the yoyo but have not had any luck. Please let me know if you can be of some help. I would like to have a letter with info about the quilt history to go with the quilt when I present it.
Thank you
Lisa


Date: 5/5/1 Time: 9:44 PM
Subject: attic window pattern
E-mail Address: SR12495

i have lost my attic windows pattern. can anyone help!!!!!!!!


Date: 5/5/1 Time: 9:44 PM
Subject: attic window pattern
E-mail Address: SR12495

i have lost my attic windows pattern. can anyone help!!!!!!!!


Date: 5/5/1 Time: 9:43 PM
Subject: attic window pattern
E-mail Address: SR12495

i have lost my attic windows pattern. can anyone help!!!!!!!!


Date: 5/4/1 Time: 7:11 PM
Subject: Indian Trails
E-mail Address: Popplecop@aol.com

I just completed a quilt pattern which is called Indian Trails. It is a variation of the bear paw pattern. does anyone know the history of this quilt? I would be grateful for any assistance in researching the pattern's history.

Thank you,

Popplecop


Date: 5/3/1 Time: 2:06 PM
Subject: Shaggy quilt
E-mail Address: jude3944@hotmail.com

Hi,this is my first time here.I've been looking for the instructions for the shaggy quilt or rag quilt .I know it's a quilt as you go.If there's someone out there who can help.TIA!!! Jude in So Calif


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Date: 5/3/1 Time: 3:29 AM
Subject: The Art of Quilting radio program May10
E-mail Address: Merylyns@activist.com

"The Art of Quilting" will be the topic of discussion on KAAT 103.1 FM radio broadcast live from Oakhurst,California, which is located 15 miles south of Yosemite National Park.

On May 10 the one hour weekly Arts and Entertainment program will be featuring guests from a local Quilters Association who will be discussing the history of quilting, their special projects, and how quilting has become an acknowledged art form.

If you have comments you would like to contribute or questions for the Quilters, you may call in anytime during the broadcast 559-642-4848.

The broadcast is accessible world wide through warp radio:
http://www.kaat.com

The program is broadcast live Thursday afternoons 5-6 P.M Pacific Daylight Savings Time. The program May 10 will be on Quilting.

Sincerely,

Merylyn S. Whited, Executive Producer and Host
KAAT 103.1 FM Radio
Oakhurst, California


Date: 5/1/1 Time: 8:55 PM
Subject: Girl Scout Gold Award Project
E-mail Address: gundam_stardust@vampirehunter.com

Hi. Another Senior Girl Scout and I are making a pioneer quilt for our Gold Award Project. The Gold Award is equivilent to the Eagle Scout in Boy Scouts. We need to find some pioneer designs in order to make it authentic. Please email me ASAP. I would appretiated if you could helps us. If you have any tips, please email me also.


Date: 4/30/1 Time: 3:05 PM
Subject: Amy Emms
E-mail Address: waller@ntlworld.com

I am researching Amy Emms for submission in a course I am doing in creative skills. Does anyone have any information they would like to share?

Many thanks.

Lorna Waller
UK


Date: 4/26/1 Time: 6:33 PM
Subject: Red cross quilts
E-mail Address: Eric@lightoperagallery.com

Is there someone who knows values and prices on red cross quilts. If so please contact me at the e-mail above or a 800-
553-4800.

Thanks,

Eric Sinizer


Date: 4/24/1 Time: 4:18 AM
Subject: request for a single bed room hotel reservation
E-mail Address: abdul_rehman77pk@yahoo.com

pleas reserve a singele bed room form date 18-5-2001 to 7-6-2001 as soon as possible


Date: 4/22/1 Time: 7:24 PM
Subject: Lemoyne Star
E-mail Address: mdl.dow@sympatico.ca

I would like to do a Lemoyne Star Quilt and in order to do it as authentically as possible I was wondering if anyone knows what year it came out and what type of material was traditionally used. For example was it in the 1860's and therefore using civil war fabrics or was it in the 1930's. Any information anyone has would be helpful. Thank you Maureen


Date: 4/21/1 Time: 9:41 PM
Subject: Quilt within a Quilt
E-mail Address: raeann@missvalley.com

My experience as an antique quilt dealer is that the quilts inside are of an earlier period than what is on the outside. In my experience, a 30s fabric on the outside covers a quilt made from turn of the century to 20s. Have found several that had been recovered more than once.

One quilt when taken apart, revealed a perfect mint condition quilt underneath. I assume this person had merely covered a good quilt to keep it protected.

Raeann in MO


Date: 4/21/1 Time: 4:27 PM
Subject: Using Old Quilts for Batting
E-mail Address: suzifar@aol.com

While the practice of using old worn quilts for batting in a new quilt may have been used during the Great Depression, the practice is more likely as old as making quilts. You will almost certainly need to consult a professional for dating your quilts, but you can do some preliminary research yourself. Consult Barbara Brackman's Clues In the Calico and/or take your quilt(s) with you to your local guild for additional input.

Suzi in Chicago


Date: 4/19/1 Time: 6:46 PM
Subject: quilt within a quilt
E-mail Address: treehouse95_2000@yahoo.com

I'm looking for a source of information about dating a quilt that has an old, worn quilt inside, used for batting. I heard that this practice came about by necessity during the Depression, and that's the extent of my knowledge. Would love to hear from those of you who know about such things.


Date: 4/18/1 Time: 8:16 PM
Subject: HELP - King Size Quit Top is done But what do I do next!
E-mail Address: stephant4@home.ocm

Hello , Someone one said that I need to have a quilting frame for a king size quit, How or where do I get the directions so my old man can make it for me? If any one can help please email me . Thanks,


What is tieing down? I sewn my 12 old daughters full size quilt that i made. But looking at the King size..... I dont know what to do. help I have about 3 more quits to do.

Thanks Stephanie


Date: 4/16/1 Time: 4:17 PM
Subject: homemade bed sheets
E-mail Address: hiddenbutterfly@hotmail,com

I would be so thankfull for instructions for making twin, doble and Queen bed sheets. My family is big and it would be so much cheaper and nicer. Thanks for any help you can give me.
Maggie


Date: 4/14/1 Time: 12:11 AM
Subject: Civil War Quilts - School Students
E-mail Address: edwaquilt@aol.com

Why don't you make Sanitary Commission Quilts. These would be the most authentic related to the Civil War and have a story and history behind them

Holice Turnbow


Date: 4/13/1 Time: 8:09 PM
Subject: Fan Quilt
E-mail Address: amanda@fcchb.com

I have a beautiful quilt with a fan pattern. The back is dyed chicken feed sacks that even read "Mandy scratch feed". Ironically, my name is Amanda! I don't know the history, age, etc. Can you help?


Date: 4/13/1 Time: 6:52 PM
Subject: Quilt Patterns from the 1750's
E-mail Address: wjdemand.svsu.edu

I would like to make an authentic reproduction of
a quilt that would have been made during the 1750's
for my husband who is part of the American Mountain
Man Association. Does anyone know what pattern and
fabrics I should use? Thank you!


Date: 4/12/1 Time: 12:49 PM
Subject: Machine quilting
E-mail Address: bcm@pacifier.com

Please tell me how to machine quilt.....thanks,Carol


Date: 4/12/1 Time: 12:01 PM
Subject: 54-40 or Fight
E-mail Address: ghodgen@bigfoot.com

Terry:

According to Simply Quilts....

Fifty-Four Forty or Fight - This block was named after a political motto from the 19th century coined during the James Polk administration. It referred to the proposed longitude and latitude of United States and Canada borders and is another variation of the star block.


Date: 4/11/1 Time: 3:39 PM
Subject: Civil War Quilts
E-mail Address: wildbunch@surferie.net

I am doing a Civil War project for a 10th grade history class. I thought making a quilt would be interesting. There are several girls who want to help, however, we are inexperienced sewers. I found Barbara Brackman's- Civil War Women: Their Quilts, Their Roles, Activities for Re-enactors. Would this help us at all? We would need something that is historically accurate, yet easy to follow. Please... if anyone has any information about quilt-making during the Civil War era, I would be glad to hear from you.
Thank you.
*Megan*


Date: 4/6/1 Time: 7:43 AM
Subject: Wedding ring quilt
E-mail Address: lrowland@mcsd.k12.oh.us

I am looking for the history of the wedding ring quilt. When was it created? What is its meaning?


Date: 4/4/1 Time: 3:38 PM
Subject: History of Quilting
E-mail Address: Threadsintyme@AOL.COM

Our family has setup a web page that has information that tells you to care for your quilts, how to display a quilt properly (so that it doed not sag), how to wash a quilt, the Elements that go into a quilt evaluation.

Eventually we will also include a seperate section
about the History of Quilting! At the moment we are collecting pictures of quilts (museum quilts)to go with the written piece.

Our URl is: Http://members.tripod.com/threadsintyme

While you are looking at some of the other topics that we have, we also have a special section about quilting books that we sell on the Internet.

Peace,

Deb Lane
Founder, Threads In Tyme, LTD.


Date: 4/3/1 Time: 6:56 PM
Subject: Quilting Book and Quilt Pattern
E-mail Address: rita3900@hotmail.com

I am looking for the following book

"Grandma's Quilting Bee - Quilts made
Easy" 1995 - ISBN 0848712714 (LC 95-9202) by Susan Raney Cleveland

This book was printed by Oxmoor House and their stock has been depleted. If anyone has an extra copy which they may want to part with, please contact me at the above e-mail address.

Also, I am also looking for a quilt pattern "Magnolia leaf" which appeared in an old issue or Quilters Newsletter Magazine - just a picture of the quilt was featured - no pattern. If anyone has information regarding this pattern, I would really appreciate it. Thank you. rita3900@hotmail.com


Date: 4/1/1 Time: 11:36 AM
Subject: Wouldn't You Know It!
E-mail Address: ***helgesomATcadvisionDOTcom***

I decided to do another search on Google (I usually use Dogpile) and found several references to Durham Quilting and indeed it is a method of hand quilting whole cloth quilts from the Durham region in England.
Meredith in Canada


Date: 4/1/1 Time: 11:29 AM
Subject: Durham (?) Quilting
E-mail Address: ***helgesomATcadvisionDOTcom*****

I am looking for the answer to this for a friend. Some time ago I thought that I had run across the term "Durham Quilting" that referred to hand quilting of a whole cloth quilt in England (Durham region presumably).
An extensive search of the internet yesterday did not come up with this term at all - does anyone have any insight into this?
Many thanks, Meredith in Canada


Date: 3/29/1 Time: 8:44 PM
Subject: Pandora's Box pattern?
E-mail Address: byjam@ix.netcom.com

I am reading a book entitled 'Alias Grace' by
Margaret Atwood. In the book
the main character talks about making quilts and
one pattern she mentions is unknown to me. It is
"Pandora's Box".
Does anyone know where I could find a picture of
this pattern? Or can you describe it? I have
looked in a few of my books, and my Q.N. magazine
indeces but no luck.
Thanks for your help.
Jackie M.


Date: 3/29/1 Time: 4:44 AM
Subject: Quilt Preservation Sites / Jane Austin
E-mail Address: suzifar@aol.com

Judy - dont't keep those preservation sites to yourself! I'm interested too - all responders please post it! If you aren't reading the quilthistory.com list already that is one good site for chat about preservation, but it is always good to learn of more.

This is the first I've heard of the Jane Austin quilt. Any additional info would be welcomed on the board as well.

TIA
Suzi in Chicago


Date: 3/27/1 Time: 11:15 PM
Subject: Request for Information
E-mail Address: ckitchen@bmts.com

A lady in our Guild is interested in all things to do with the "Jane Austin"quilt - the 18th century author of "Pride and Prejudice"" - Apparently she made a quilt which has been copied and the pattern was available along with appropriate fabrics, in the late 1980's. Any information about this quilt/pattern/fabrics would be greatly appreciated. Also, what is the web site for the company that searches for out-of-production fabrics? TIA - Fran


Date: 3/26/1 Time: 11:30 PM
Subject: quilt preservation sites wanted
E-mail Address: knapp9@swbell.net

Our quilt guild has made a historical quilt of our city which has been appraised at $6,000. The city would like us to either donate this quilt to the city, or provide it for permanent display in our convention center. We know that it requires either special lighting or protection from the lighting. Can anyone email me sites for historical quilt preservation information.
Thank you!
Judy in AR


Date: 3/26/1 Time: 2:22 PM
Subject: Quilting Project
E-mail Address: tinytim888@hotmail.com

I am also doing a project as a senior, and I chose to make a Log Cabin Qiult. If anyone has information on the history of Log Cabin Quilts, please email it to me. Or, if you know any good web sites that I can use. Thanks a bunch!!!


Date: 3/26/1 Time: 2:10 PM
Subject: quilting history
E-mail Address: Ecstacy1869@hotmail.com

I'm doing a project on quilting history for my research project as a senior. If anyone has any information about the origins of quilting the what they were used for years ago, it would be greatly appreciated!!!!


Date: 3/25/1 Time: 5:08 PM
Subject: Wedding ring quilt
E-mail Address: BTaylor262@aol.com

I am interested in the history of the wedding ring quilt.I am making one for my daughter in-law and would like to include a message or a quote on the back or border that has to do with its history.

Tahnk You
Janice
BTaylor262@aol.com


Date: 3/25/1 Time: 10:58 AM
Subject: Drunkard's Path
E-mail Address: bizz@iopener.net

Hi. Does anyone out there know where I can find the history of the drunkard's path? I know that is was made at the time of the Civil War but I am not certain if it was made before this. Please e-mail me at the above address if you have any information about this. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks, Marilyn in cold OH


Date: 3/24/1 Time: 7:55 PM
Subject: Quilt Block Brown Goose or Double "Z"
E-mail Address: calkin@home.com

Is there such a quilt block as Brown Goose? What type of fabric colors were traditionally used? When was this quilt block popular? I would be interested in any history on this. Thanks.


Date: 3/21/1 Time: 11:29 AM
Subject: quilt history
E-mail Address: megg@netcarrier.com

Please help!! I am doing a social studies unit on the American Revolution and quilts of that time (African American, Native American and European Americans) I am having a very difficult time finding examples of accurate patterns an d names from that time period. Can anyone help???
Thanks much!!
Meg


Date: 3/20/1 Time: 5:37 PM
Subject: Star Quilt
E-mail Address: cle067s@smsu.edu

I too am a college studenting. I have been trying
to find the history for the star quilt, but have
not been very successful. I would appreciate any
websites that may be beneficial.

Thank you.


Date: 3/19/1 Time: 7:51 PM
Subject: The french bouquet quilt pattern - 1930's
E-mail Address: judyt@gte.net

My mother gave me 12 blocks of hand applique done by my greatgrandmother in the 1930's. I believe the pattern is called the French Bouquet and was utilized as a promotion of the war efforts during that period of time. Each block is a bouquet of flowers with a bow tied around the stems. I have completed the quilt and hand quilted it (it is a treasure) and now wish to display the quilt at a community antique quilt show. I would like to know anything available about the pattern and time period. Many thanks.


Date: 3/19/1 Time: 3:23 PM
Subject: Aging Quilts
E-mail Address: pigsnose@mediaone.net

Is there a product that "ages" quilts--NOT tea-dying, but rather fading them to get an aged look? I would assume that appraisers and quilt historians would be on the watch for quilts treated with such a product if there is one. I am trying to fade some textiles for a theatrical production--nothing unscrupulous however!

Thanks you for your information.


Date: 3/18/1 Time: 6:08 PM
Subject: train pattern transfer
E-mail Address: disfvrl@yahoo.com

My customer is looking for a quilt transfer pattern from the
late 1950s or early 1960s, a child's train pattern. The pattern
MAY have been from "Aunt Martha's Transfers." That's all the
information I have; you are my only hope!

Thanks,
Karen


Date: 3/18/1 Time: 2:24 PM
Subject: Yo Yo Quilt
E-mail Address: vjohnson@execpc.com

I am looking for a yo yo quilt pattern I saw several years ago. The yo yos are arranged in the pattern of Grandmothers Flower Garden. Could anyone share the pattern with me or give me the source of an publication the pattern is in. thanks


Date: 3/18/1 Time: 9:50 AM
Subject: antique/old quilting frame
E-mail Address: buckley1@ptdprolog.net

I have an old quilting frame, am interested
in knowing its age and value. got to the link
listed to see some pictures. any help would
be appreciated. Thx Jim Buckley
http://members.tripod.com/~jimbuckley/qframe.html


Date: 3/17/1 Time: 12:45 AM
Subject: 54-40 or fight
E-mail Address: Terryrnbsn@hotmail.com

Hi
Since I've retired, quilting has become my pastime or maybe I should say passion. I'm very curious about a pattern called '54-40 or fight!'
Does anyone know where this name came from or anything about it's history? I would very much appreciate any information.
Thanks, Terry


Date: 3/16/1 Time: 6:04 PM
Subject: Was quilting part of Australia's history?
E-mail Address: amethystlv@hotmail.com

I'm an Aussie & have no idea whether quilting was part of our history. Does anybody know?
Fiona in sunny Las Vegas


Date: 3/15/1 Time: 3:16 PM
Subject: Double Wedding Ring
E-mail Address: MRunacres@Tinyworld.co.uk

I@m hooked on DWR and its variations. I wondered if anyone knows where it originated and if the design is older than 1920. I can't trace it further back.