Last weekend when we went to Madison to deliver sewing machines, we did some junkin’. We stopped in Verona, at the St. Vincent De Paul store, and I found this little crystal lamp. It is heavy, and so pretty.
Metal star: Nakoma Plaza Goodwill in Madison.
Cross: Salvation Army store close to the East Towne Mall.
Atomic Clock: South Towne Goodwill. All it needed was batteries and a good signal. I took down one of my clocks in the kitchen, and put this one up. I love Atomic clocks because they are accurate and they set themselves! I have not discovered that the second hand does not move, but it keeps perfect time, so I don’t care!
Medical scissors: Consignment shop we found near the SMP drop off center. I’m thinking they will be added to my quilting scissors collection.
I found this little handbag at the East Towne Goodwill. I like small handbags…..
…and this little handbag has two different sides. Here is one side, which I really like….
…and here is the other side. I found this handbag at the Platteville Goodwill.
My fabric came from a couple different places. The angel fat quarter came from Nakoma Plaza. The two Peace Sign fabrics (about 2 yards each) came from the Salvation Army, and the bottom print (sheet) came from the St. Vincent De Paul store in Verona.
My Santa Bear came from the East Towne Goodwill.
I got all this, including my Kenmore 1060 sewing machine, for under $50. Not bad!
I’m getting anxious to put up my Christmas tree. Are you?