It was a really huge bag of unloved pre-loved garments that had been stored in a friend's garage. DD and I had such fun sorting through this ginormous pile.
Take out, put into piles, this for Charity Shop, this for me, this for you, this for a friend, this for Ebay.
Hopefully we can spread more happiness and keep these clothes going a little longer. This small purse reminded me of Vix's bags.
I don't know what these huge socks are for unless they are for underneath waders or for a giant!
This tea cosy is made from felt and it has 6 egg cosies to match. It's a little grubby (I daren't wash it) but if you want it please leave a comment saying so and I'll put names in a hat.
Look at this large pile of hats - we had a good play with these.
This one's a puzzler. I think it's 'hook work' with wool. One side is tufted ...
... and the other looks like this.
I don't know what it's supposed to be. It can't be a tray cloth because nothing would balance on it. It's up for grabs as well. Please leave a comment again indicating you would like it and I'll put names in a hat.
|I daren't wash this either!|
Here are some Charity Shop and Junk Shop finds.
I must have my 'homes mags' fix and getting them this way is far cheaper than buying new.
I pick them up from various places and they are no more than 20p each.
These cotton napkins/serviettes are cotton and from the CS.
and so is this cheese dome which was only £1.
My favourite JS find was this flan tin, (there is a base), which has improved my quiche making enormously!
These stamps were £3 from the CS. I don't know what I'll use them for but I couldn't let them stay there and be unloved.
|self inking stamps|
I love the heart cutter and I can use the Homemade stamp on my cards.
This date stamp was also in the pile but it's out of date as it only goes up to 2007!
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