Thrifting Thursday

September 25, 2008 at 8:49 am 3 comments

Come on now, you know I couldn’t pass up posting the goods today.  It’s a sickness really, I could go for weeks on end without stopping at one thrift store, garage sale, or flea market, and then WHAM! I start getting this itching feeling.  It’s an addiction really.  Especially when you go and find some goodies, then you go again, and find more goodies, and it’s really just a downward spiral.  Sad thing is, little L. is joining in on it.  She even hid in the clothes rack yesterday and when I “shopped” for her, she said she was $1.

How cute are these purses!?  Seriously, at first I thought that they were a pile of newsboy hats and after closer looking, discovered they are these cute little interchangeable purses.  (all of them handmade)  They are all in very nice shape and I think I’m going to use one of them (the white one in the middle on the right hand side, it’s a little to “bible cover-y”, it’s pretty fabric-white eyelet lace fabric-just something I would picture on a bible, not for a purse) as a pattern so I can make more.


It already has a lining sewn to the handles, all you do is just un-button the outer fabric, slip on a new “purse”, button it up, and head on out the door.  I do think though that I’m going re-sew on the buttons because, as you can tell from the picture, they are literally hanging on by a thread.

A little bolero sweater wrap thing (in a beautiful yellow I might add) and the cutest little button blouse I’ve ever seen.

How cute is this fabric!  It’s a wee bit big on me and so I’m debating whether to hem it down to my size, or cut into it and use it for future projects.  Right now though, I don’t have the heart to cut into it.

Cute and beautiful pillowcases.  Did anyone else watch Rainbow Brite when they were little (or does that show how young I am?)  The floral one will be added to the collection of other pillowcases to-one day-make a quilt for the girls.

Cute orange gingham apron and another linen tea towel.

It reminds me of the one that I found back around the beginning of summer.

On a side note, I think I finally have the give-a-way package all ready.  I’ll be doing it here tomorrow. Just an FYI.


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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Queen of Fifty Cents  |  September 25, 2008 at 11:16 am

    It’s true that thrifting can be addicting, but what an inexpensive and harmless addiction it is! That purse set is fabbo (I’d probably want to change the buttons to a variety of vintage ones). And the blouse is wonderful–I love that fabric!

  • 2. lera  |  September 25, 2008 at 9:10 pm

    That is a good thrift haul. I love that blouse! I used to have a purse similar to that. Mine had wooden handles. I don’t think I had that many covers for mine though. I’ve been thinking an awful lot about it lately, too. I wonder what happened to it …

  • 3. multicrafty  |  September 26, 2008 at 8:15 am

    I’m with you on that Queen!

    ~lera~ Thank you so much for taking time to stop by my blog and comment.


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