This is from a couple weeks ago, a visit to the Village Thrift, where I have so much luck finding linens. (My favorite Salvation Army recently reorganized their store and has fewer linens now.) Lucikly I also found a nice old suitcase to put them all in! In addition to the usual floral pillowcases, draperies and nice remnants of old sewing projects,
I found a few aprons (not pictured) for only 40 cents. I usually pay about $1 for any fabric at this place, a little less for a pillowcase and a little more for drapery.
My collection has gotten so big that it's time to start using my fabric for more than just purse linings. And, thanks to a wonderful find this trip, I have an idea.
A hint: It involves those two adorable pillowcases with Richard Scarry prints on them--my best score this trip. I love Lowly Worm! I'm hoping to make a little pair of pants and embelish a onesie for Sam.
Can yoy believe these flute-playing crickets? What can I do with that?
Love that pink and red curtain. And those napkins are from Williams Sonoma.
You can never have too many floral pillowcases, right? What's your favorite from my latest fabric haul?