Sunday, February 13, 2005

The Tentmakers' Souq

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The Tentmakers' Souq The Tentmakers' Souq
The Tentmakers' Souq
The Tentmakers' Souq


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jenny, I am unlikely to travel to your part of the world and I am reading your 'Postcards from Cairo' with great interest and enjoyment. Many thanks for taking the time to do this!

Kapiti Coast, New Zealand

7:52 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jenny, everyday I read your blog - visiting Egypt is my dream and I suppose I am living it through you! I, for one, appreciate your efforts and your glorious descriptions and photos. Hooray for you!

The Classical Singing Quilter

9:50 am  
Blogger Penniedarling said...

Wonderful writings, wonderful photos, thanks Jenny I'm enjoying it all.
cheers Pennie

9:58 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Jenny, I'm enjoing your second postcards as much as the first, although having the photo's makes it all seem real. Thanks for sharing.
Nowra NSW

1:45 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The photos are fabulous. I'm afraid that if I ever end up in Cairo the tentmaker's souk will rate before the pyramids to check out. Mmm, just discovered your blog and am now officially addicted.

2:26 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks Jenny, I love reading about your time in Cairo.Keep it coming!!!

South australia

3:19 pm  
Blogger Dorothy said...

The Tentmakers' Souq photographs are wonderful! Applique is my favourite type of sewing. I love it and those photographs have my mouth watering and my fingers itching. I read your Blog every day and would like to thank you so much for taking the time to tell us about your life in Cairo. Dorothy, Canberra.

4:30 pm  
Anonymous Lorraine said...

Jenny, I'm loving your stories and the great photos. Please keep them coming. It's wonderful to see this part of the world through your eyes. I will enjoy brushing my teeth and having that little swig of water so much more now:)
Love from Aus
Toogoom Q

6:58 pm  
Anonymous Barbara said...

Hi Jenny, Thank you for sharing your wonderful experiences with us. The colours in the Tentmakers Souk are just stunning, somehow I have to get to see them for myself some day. I will think of you everytime I clean my teeth with our fresh, clean, Aussie tank water. Looking forward to the next installment.

7:32 pm  
Blogger Fran said...

Jenny, I'm enjoying reading your blog, don't think we don't care-ever! I feel as if I am there with you,
hugz, Fran

8:34 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Jenny
Love the photos of the tentmakers souk. What gorgeus colours and designs, the blue so vibrant, even in the photos, so in the flesh it must be absolutely something else. The designs are fabulous, you will have so much inspiration after this stay, just hope you find time to do something with it!!
Bobs Farm, Newcastle, Australia.

9:10 pm  
Anonymous Jan Rhoades said...

Hi Jenny, like everyone else I am really enjoying your diary/blog. People don't seem to mind you taking photos? That's good for you and us. So colourful. The school boy experience sounds wonderful - seventy seven (sounds like a cricket score) and not out.
You certainly seem to get royal treatment - any study box is better than cracked plastic.
Here in Brisbane I am gearing up for the Sydney Retreat - I am a virgin and so looking forward to meeting all those faces who have only been names up until now.
Cheers and hugs. Keep on keeping us informed.
Cheers and hugs from Jan in Upper Mt Gravatt, Brisbbane

9:35 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks from another who is enjoying your pictures and comments. The tentmaker's souk is just something...
Marg G

10:10 pm  
Anonymous Sandy Gray said...

Have been reading your posts to Scquilters and now your Blogspot(unfortunate name, I must say) and am enjoying them immensely. Have also just found out that I may be able to attend one of your workshops when you return to Aus. so am really excited.
Keep the photos and info coming.
Best wishes, Sandy Gray

10:38 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jenny, Thankyou so much for sharing with us. It is wonderful that with technology today this can be done. The colours and designs of the tentmakers souq are just beautiful! Your anecdotes are much appreciated. Makes you think twice about smelling the roses!!

11:10 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Jenny,
Thank you for sharing your experiences and photos with us. I have been sitting here drooling over the tentmaker's Souk - such brilliant colours and patterns. Keep up the good work,
Bev Phillips
North Richmond NSW

5:02 pm  
Blogger Elle said...

What beautiful applique works!

1:20 pm  

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