Yes I did bring back some goodies! My daughter and I visited a couple of quilt and antique shops. The first place was Thistle Bee Quilt Shoppe in Goldsboro, NC. It is a great little cottage full of wonderful fabrics and quilts. You can find her online at www.thistlebeequiltshoppe.com
I got some great fabrics for my dolls and for another project I am working on.
|I am in love with the green, black and cream fabric. The quilt thread is YLI. It comes in great colors|
We went to Lone Star Mercantile's grand opening in Fuquay-Varina.
I had been visiting Lisa's shop at the fair grounds in Raleigh whenever I drove through the area, but I really like the new place in Fuquay. She had it decorated so nice!
You can find her at www.lonestarmercantile.blogspot.com.
|Some nice fat quarters to add to my stash and of course some wool.|
|I can't wait till next time to see how she continues to fix up the house. The inside was lovely and full of fabrics, wool and antiques/collectables.|
I acquired a few new things at a couple of Antique malls. I admit it - I am a bowl-aholic.
Don't know what it is but I just love bowls. I have been collecting yellow ware bowls for many years.
|This was a set of four Watt's stoneware bowls in great condition. They reminded me of a bowl my grandmother used to have but my mother broke before giving it to me.|
|I think they look great on my wrought iron rack but need two more for the top and bottom. Maybe I can find a solid green for that?|
|Also got a couple more yellow ware bowls. The one on the left cost $7.20 and the little blue bowl was $1.98!!|
This is on our stairway landing. I bought the cobbler's shoe rack many, many years ago for very little. It has always held my bowls. Beside the rack is my treasured firkins.
The mustard one is Shaker made!
|The rack is full!|
Pog says we are running out of shelf space and room! I don't think that is going to stop me from picking up more goodies when I find them at reasonable prices!