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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Let's Dish ~ Tartan



Let's Dish ~ Tartan




It's time for

Let's Dish

Hosted by Cuisine Kathleen



A time to share anything table or dish related.




National Tartan Day is April 6, 2012,

so open those cupboards and

pull out your plaids or tartans.



There is going to be a Tartan Parade

with a linky party on April 1st for

Favorites on the First

@ The Polohouse

One Party ~ Four Blogs




Link up any post that flaunts your PLAIDITUDE.

We want everyone to share something plaid or tartan

to celebrate Tartan Day 2012.

Start planning your post now and join us for the parade.

Click below to stop by Kathleen's

for the premier meeting

of the Sisterhood of Dish Lovers



Also Joining:













50 comments:

  1. I really "need" some plaid dishes Sarah!

    Your table is beautiful!

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  2. I've put plaid dishes on my 'wish list' for awhile now but still no luck. I keep hoping...your dishes are lovely! hugs, Linda

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  3. I love anything plaid. There is not ugly plaid.

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  4. How pretty, Sarah! I love all the plaid. I need to find some plaid items to join in on the fun!

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  5. I've been planning things all day at work.. Trying to avoid the Christmas plaid dishes.. It's going to be sooo much fun. xo marlis

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  6. Hi Sarah,
    Well you have put together a beautiful display of tartan and cherries! Love it all together! The teapot is wonderful! Hope you are not having bad weather..we have had a bout of it! Lovely post!
    Miss Bloomers

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  7. I always think winter when I see tartan--I guess it is because of the popularity of tartan plaid scarves! I am going to try to join your party. Your table is beautiful, as usual. Linda

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  8. I love your tartan dishes and cloths, Sarah. They look wonderful...Christine

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  9. I usually think Christmas when I think plaid, but you've clearly shown, tartans aren't just for Christmas.

    - The Tablescaper

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  10. I'm with Linda. I dream of finding plaid dishes. Maybe a good excuse to go find me some? I'll be sure to stop by to drool over everyone else's though ;)

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  11. Hi Sarah, I love plaids too and this sure sounds like a fun party. Love how you grouped the plaid and the cherries. I also love the tea pot! I have some plaid tins perfect for a tea party.

    Emily
    The French Hutch

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  12. I have four plaid plates, so maybe I can join you. Beautiful Sarah!

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  13. Plaid dishes... new to me. But I do love your teapot!
    Visiting from Let's Dish... what fun!

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  14. love all your pieces together, great combos! hope sadie is doing well~

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  15. Sarah,
    I hope to see you April 1st. I love plaid.
    Pat

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  16. I love the cherries with the tartan!

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  17. Hello Sista' Dish Lover!
    I am thinking hard and trying to have some plaid a tude!
    Thanks for coming to Let's Dish!
    Hope you have something to share from your trip to CTS! Meeting Alma tomorrow for some retail therapy!

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  18. Hi Sarah, the parade sounds like so much fun. I'm on the hunt to find some plaid to share.
    Hugs, Jeanne

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  20. Beautiful dishes! Warm & cozy feel to them! Have a wonderful day Sarah!

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  21. Sarah, Love the plaid dishes. The only thing Tartan I have is Christmas placemats and matching plates. Hugs, Sherry

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  22. Sarah~ Love your plaid paired with your cheery cherries! I would love to join the Tartan Parade...I'll have to put my thinking cap/tam on :)

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  23. I really love plaid... ooops sorry, got distracted by the shortbread cookies:@) I'll see if I can come up with a post.

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  24. Sarah, I really like your plaid dishes with the ME? cherry plates. Great look together.
    Have a great weekend. I'm working on my tartan post.

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  25. A girl can't have too much plaid - in the house, especially! I love the dishes....they are a treat!

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  26. Hi Sarah
    I'm still catching up with all my friends news after a being incapacitated all week.
    I love your tartan dishes and the Plaid parties sound like fun.
    Very festive!

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  27. Love Tartan fabric, or, as the French say, "le tissu ecossais!" ;-) Great post Sarah. Hope you are well. Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

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  28. I love your plaid dishes- what fun! I need to keep my eye out for some now. :)

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  29. Looks like I need to break out the tartan red plates this week too!
    xo Cathy

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  30. I have absolutely NO tartans nor plaids - but looking forward to seeing what others have! Love what you have shown us so far!

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  31. Hi Sarah,
    I will joining in the fun on Plaid Day. This is my first visit to your site...we share a passion for dishes. I love your plaid dishes!
    Karen

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  32. bwaaaaaaaaa....I can't think of one teeny tiny bit of plaid in my whole entire house. I would LOVE to have some as I love plaids...and I surely would love to join your party. Sooo sorry.
    Unless something plaid falls from the sky on my silver head, I am out of luck.
    I sure love your dishes, tho.
    xoxo bj

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  33. HI Sarah! Oh, I don't think I have any plaid! What am I going to do? Such a cute post!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  34. Hi lovely lady.
    This parade sounds like so much fun. I'm on the hunt to find some plaid dishes wish me luck.
    Thank you for your sweet comments on my Easter Table. I hope you have a wonderful week with your family.
    XXOO Diane

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  35. Poor, poor me...I have no plaid dishes, and I LOVE them every time I see them. I will think good and hard about a plaid table for the upcoming "holiday," though. Should be fun to see those posts! Thanks for visiting my baby shower post, Sarah. ~Zuni

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  36. These are more than beautiful! I don't think I can find something similar in my town, but I'm starting to think I could paint some tartan dishes myself:))) It is worth a try! Thank you for your kind comments and for the extended visit :)

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  37. Oh how totally gorgeous tartan dishes! Years ago I saw something like this and almost got them, but stupidly changed my mind against them! I'M SOOOOOO SORRY NOW! Have a sweet week.
    FABBY

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  38. Those cherry dishes look so pretty with the plaid. Looking forward to the party. laurie

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  39. Hi Sarah,
    Your plaid teacup is very pretty. I really like plaid but unfortunately, my hubby doesn't. The shortbread looks really good too; yum! Thank you for sharing this with us and enjoy your week.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  40. What fun! I love Tartan! Happy Tea Day!

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  41. Well, POOP! Would you believe I don't have a SINGLE bit of plaid at my house??? Not even clothes, that I can think of.
    Now DD's home...that's a different story. I could have borrowed TONS of stuff from her's.

    Cute vignettes, Sarah & a wonderful idea for a meme. Next time, maybe.

    Hugs,
    Rett

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  42. hello Sarah, Tartan! Wow gorgeous! I don't think I have anything like that! I am amazed! Thank you for sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

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  43. Hi Sarah,
    its always fun for me to see Shortbread tins with the tartan pattern. They taste so delicious, by the way. And your tartan cups are gorgeous matching. Lovely post.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Best greetings, Johanna

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  44. I never knew there was such a thing. Go plaid!

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  45. Sarah, Your tartan dishes are just lovely and that teapot with the thistle on the top is to die for! I'm Irish and my hubby's a Scot, but I have no tableware at all with plaid on it. I think I'm going to have to remedy that very soon. ;~)
    Have a truly wonderful week!
    ~Mary

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  46. Your tartan tea is charming, especially with the shortbread to nibble on.

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  47. Looks like lots of fun. I don't know if I will have a tartan post ready for this since I am in the middle of getting ready for a party, but it looks like so much fun.

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  48. Great pictures for tartan day! I am thinking..what I could pull out! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

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