Part Two: Estate Sale::

 vintage embroidery hoops in several sizes

crochet How - To books from: 1940- 1950

 wooden spools

 I love this old wooden box. Can you quess what's inside?

plenty of whites!
tins,  filled with colored threads and buttons
                        Last but not least...... the free shabby chair. It just needs some TLC.
                So, what do you think? I had my hesitations in the first place. One being the weather and two being an hour away. It was somewhat risky. All in all, it was super fun! What about that Organizer? I wouldn't want that job. Or would I ?
                              Have a great week :)

       PS. for those of you who asked. I didn't purchase any clothing or jewelery. The Antique Appraiser has to do his job now. I'll keep you posted more about this sale.
      .... To be continued ;)
                                                                            xxx Liz


Blessed Serendipity said...

You can't beat free! I love your finds Liz.


June said...

Wow did you ever score Liz!!! Don't you just get so excited when you something as great as that box?

Alastairvagle said...

I had my hesitations in the first place. being the weather and being an hour away. It was dicy.

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Curtains in My Tree said...

That's my kind of sale. Here there are so few estate sales and every collector and antique dealer in town goes it's hard to get anything great.

I love the old vintage clothing and wooden thread spools.

and I would have taken anything free

Funky Junk Antique Show said...

Oh, I knew I'd be jealous if I looked!!=)Always love your finds...here's to hoping someday we get to junk together!!

the vintage wren said...

Oh my gosh I love all of your finds. The embroidery hoops, crochet books, buttons & spools of thread...so lovely. Hugs-Carrie

Ana said...

Like I said...Great finds. Thanks for sharing Rene...mmmm, I mean Liz...Hee, hee, hee.

Hugs and Kisses,

Pam said...

Buttons, buttons and more buttons. And the tins of sewing stuff are neat. The chair? Not sure of the era, but the needlepoint is very pretty.


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