This bias tape was ten cents a package.
The sewing basket might be for one of my nieces if I can find another one for the other niece.
It was $4.00.
The flannel is for pillowcases for the annual church bazaar. It was $1.00 per piece.
I thought the two top pieces looked like remakes of vintage prints.
I couldn't leave the Holly Hobby fabric even though I don't know what I will do with it. There is about a bolt's worth and it was $1.00! I had a Holly Hobby birthday cake when I was young.
Isn't this beautiful? It will likely become a cherished pillow for my guest room.
Muslin, muslin, and more muslin. Yahoo! I need it for my next sloper class.
25cents a piece!
Then we went to another estate sale, and I knew that I had truly found the greatest sewing deal ever!
This is mostly seam binding and bias tape with just a few packs of rick-rack. It was only $4.00 for the entire box and included the box with a pretty purple top!
But, I can't really put all of the blame on her because she dropped me off a 1:00 p.m. and I went off on my own. I actually went to my favorite home consignment store to find tiny shades for my chandelier project, but I hit a garage sale or two on the way.
This is a Singer Press Magic 4. I paid $2.00 for it.
There is some rust on the top, needs a new lining and board cover that I can make inexpensively, and the words are rubbed off.
Nothing that can't be fixed with a Sharpie.
Well, thanks for sticking with me. It was a great day.