Some images of my last market day for the season.
This beautiful antique black and green handwoven blanket found a new home....
but not the red and green one.
A 1950s red |Hudson Bay point blanket never stays on the rack for long, but my 1967 centennial quilt is proving a little harder to move.
Pretty pastels move well...
and next year I must take the vintage Pendleton shirts out sooner.
Starting to make a hole in the vintage mohair pile, (shown over some old industrial machinery) as well as the plaid blankets.
But I am off for another hip replacement tomorrow (Grrrr) so will be MIA for a week or so.
Also.....dear readers, does anyone know how I can fix my blogger side bar...I cannot change the information.
Hope all goes well!ReplyDelete
Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger
Your Fall merchandise is beautiful.ReplyDelete
I hope your surgery goes well. All the very best and we look forward to seeing you back soon.
What wonderful treasures you have - cannot imagine why they've not ALL been snapped up!ReplyDelete
Wishing you well for the hip replacement, hope all goes smoothly and you're back on your feet very soon.
Jan, I'm sorry I can't help with your sidebar as I'm on Wordpress not Blogger. I love that red woven blanket I can't imagine why it hasn't sold. Isn't it always cold in Canada?? :)ReplyDelete
Good luck with your surgery - at least you won't have to worry about missing the market if it's finishing now. I try to offer small comfort.
Ohhh, I love those light pink quilts. I have an award waiting for you on my blog.ReplyDelete