I throw some quilts over the fence surrounding parts of ancient industrial engines.
Not that it helped sell the couple of "Tall Ships" quilts - circa 1900, left and 1960s right- or the vintage wool blankets - a 50s Hudson Bay, a Horn Bros from Lindsay, Ontario, and a 1960s blue blanket from Blythe, Ont.
They will be out with me again next week.
I did, however, say goodbye to the depression era ' butterfly' quilt, made of colorful feed or sugar sacks and the 1930s 'grandmothers garden' you see peeking out at the top.
A potential customer sizes up her favorites, you are never too young to start collecting.
A small suitcase of vintage baby items always appeals and a few things sold from here too.