Hope things are cooling down in your hometown like they are in ours. I am loving this little taste of fall. Sleeping with the windows open, I made pumpkin bars this weekend, the leaves are starting to turn and I am loving it!
Last weekend I went to an estate sale just down the road from me and picked up some great sewing stuff!
Some adorable cross stitch kits. I don't do much cross stitch anymore because of my eyesight so I am sending them on to a friend that loves stitching.
Who remember Charles Chips? Or Charlie Chip as we used to call him. I got this tin full of buttons!
Buttons on cards
And tons of loose buttons.
A Bobbin lace kit. I have seen this done before and I seriously have my doubts about me being able to do this! Looks way too complicated but I may give it a go before I give it away.
Cute ornament frames that have never been used.
An oriental tray and little packet that has paper in it. Does anyone want this? I don't have anything oriental in my home. If you do leave me a comment or email me with your address and I will send it on.
Some great "how to" books!
And then there are my favorites:
This pattern is clothes for a 21" doll. Look at those skates!
I really like this doll and doll clothes pattern. I think this is what I am going to make and give my great niece for Christmas. The rag doll and the outfits.
pretty clothes for a 14" doll.
I have absolutely no use for this pattern but I think it's hysterical! She even cut out a photo from a magazine and pinned it to the pattern.
clothes for a baby doll.
The pattern for this doll and clothes! Maybe she is Martha Washington?
I love this doll! She ordered it from Parade.
And last but not least.. the pattern for these hats! I love these. I made my sister and niece hats for Christmas last year and I may make these to add to their collection.
The best part about all this glorious stuff is that it set me back $4.00 whole bucks!
Hope everyone has a great Monday! (Is that a oxymoron? I think so!)