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Site Map | Follow Us: Facebook | X | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube Our obsession has been diagnosed!! - Tactile Textile Disorder (TTD): A little known syndrome characterized by the uncontrollable urges to acquire and hoard vintage tablecloths, tea towels, hankies, and other textiles for the purpose of petting them. Left untreated, TTD leads to full blown Textilosis (our disease), an all-consuming love of vintage tablecloths and textiles. In addition to hoarding and petting, victims of textilosis display other chronic symptoms and behaviors, such as forming online support groups, writing and reading books and articles about the objects of their obsession, festooning their homes with tablecloths, spending inordinate amounts on stain removal products, openly dealing in textiles and even traveling to fraternize with other addicts under the guise of conventions. Happily, there is no cure! - By Clare Dunn

Donate Linens

If you have inherited vintage linens such as printed or damask tablecloths from the 1940s-1970s, and aren’t sure what to do with them, please consider donating them to our organization. As a not-for-profit organization, we are supported only by modest member dues and by the sale of donated vintage linens. Donations are sold on Etsy. Rest assured that the linens will find their way to a new owner who will treasure them! To inquire about donating your linens, please email us at info@vintagetableclothloversclub.com. One of the club’s most notable projects is its one-of-a-kind database that contains information on over approximately 3000 mid-century printed tablecloths (photos, manufacturer, pattern names, etc.). This is the only place in the world that has cataloged this “textile art” in such a comprehensive manner. Your donation helps make that possible, and we sincerely appreciate it! Vintage linens such as yours are special treasures, which is why we do not value them at the lower prices you often find at a typical thrift store like Goodwill or Salvation Army. Instead, we consider what similar items sell for at upscale estate sales, which we believe better reflects their true value. Of course, this is only an estimate and you may have other information that changes the value. Once we receive your linens, we will provide a letter for tax purposes detailing your donation.
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Copyright © 2024, Vintage Tablecloth Lovers Club. All rights reserved. No part of this website may be reproduced or used in any form or by any means without written permission of the author or group. Website by North Country Website Design.
Site Map | Follow Us: Facebook | X | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube Our obsession has been diagnosed!! - Tactile Textile Disorder (TTD): A little known syndrome characterized by the uncontrollable urges to acquire and hoard vintage tablecloths, tea towels, hankies, and other textiles for the purpose of petting them. Left untreated, TTD leads to full blown Textilosis (our disease), an all-consuming love of vintage tablecloths and textiles. In addition to hoarding and petting, victims of textilosis display other chronic symptoms and behaviors, such as forming online support groups, writing and reading books and articles about the objects of their obsession, festooning their homes with tablecloths, spending inordinate amounts on stain removal products, openly dealing in textiles and even traveling to fraternize with other addicts under the guise of conventions. Happily, there is no cure! - By Clare Dunn

Donate Linens

If you have inherited vintage linens such as printed or damask tablecloths from the 1940s-1970s, and aren’t sure what to do with them, please consider donating them to our organization. As a not-for-profit organization, we are supported only by modest member dues and by the sale of donated vintage linens. Donations are sold on Etsy. Rest assured that the linens will find their way to a new owner who will treasure them! To inquire about donating your linens, please email us at info@vintagetableclothloversclub.com. One of the club’s most notable projects is its one-of-a-kind database that contains information on over approximately 3000 mid-century printed tablecloths (photos, manufacturer, pattern names, etc.). This is the only place in the world that has cataloged this “textile art” in such a comprehensive manner. Your donation helps make that possible, and we sincerely appreciate it! Vintage linens such as yours are special treasures, which is why we do not value them at the lower prices you often find at a typical thrift store like Goodwill or Salvation Army. Instead, we consider what similar items sell for at upscale estate sales, which we believe better reflects their true value. Of course, this is only an estimate and you may have other information that changes the value. Once we receive your linens, we will provide a letter for tax purposes detailing your donation.
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Copyright © 2024, Vintage Tablecloth Lovers Club. All rights reserved. No part of this website may be reproduced or used in any form or by any means without written permission of the author or group. Website by North Country Website Design.
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Donate Linens

If you have inherited vintage linens such as printed or damask tablecloths from the 1940s-1970s, and aren’t sure what to do with them, please consider donating them to our organization. As a not-for-profit organization, we are supported only by modest member dues and by the sale of donated vintage linens. Donations are sold on Etsy. Rest assured that the linens will find their way to a new owner who will treasure them! To inquire about donating your linens, please email us at info@vintagetableclothloversclub.com. One of the club’s most notable projects is its one-of-a- kind database that contains information on over approximately 3000 mid-century printed tablecloths (photos, manufacturer, pattern names, etc.). This is the only place in the world that has cataloged this “textile art” in such a comprehensive manner. Your donation helps make that possible, and we sincerely appreciate it! Vintage linens such as yours are special treasures, which is why we do not value them at the lower prices you often find at a typical thrift store like Goodwill or Salvation Army. Instead, we consider what similar items sell for at upscale estate sales, which we believe better reflects their true value. Of course, this is only an estimate and you may have other information that changes the value. Once we receive your linens, we will provide a letter for tax purposes detailing your donation.
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