Sunday, March 17, 2013

A busy fabric week.


I stopped at only one thrift store on the way home from the Post Office this week. I found the cast iron corn bread pan and the yellow gingham fabric. Not a total disappointment. I wanted to check out an estate sale, but never got there. I had plenty of fabric I was trying to cut and prepare for listing on Etsy. Included in the cutting are the yellow fat quarters and the green and yellow remnants of a juvenile quilt my daughter made.


After  a bit of cleaning and some time for seasoning. the corn bread pan is in perfect ready to use condition. It will be listed at butterflyplace.storenvy.com .


The bundle of scrap fabrics were given to me to move along and will be listed on butterflyplace.etsy.com . I will also be listing  the fat quarters and other fabrics this week.
Although I didn't thrift much this week I was busy with quite a few sales which always warms my heart. I kept busy with the shipping and kept cutting and cleaning out. I even found time to get some sewing done.
Since I didn't find much to blog this week I have decided to feature an item from my store. The first being a large bundle of four and one half inch quilt squares I got listed this week. I may decide to make this a feature of my blog. I haven't quite decided yet, but I like the idea.

 
 
I hope to get out and hunt a little more this week. They are saying it's going to be cold and snowy, but I need to restock the stores. It will be a great break from the cutting table and I need to get out for a while. Have a wonderful week everyone and I hope your finds are great this week.
 
 
 
 
 


5 comments:

Laura said...

all that fabric! do you sell a lot of it?? I would have a hard time parting with it!

Sew Inspired said...

I do sell a lot. I have so much in my private stash that I can't get to that it's easy to let a lot go.

The Joyful Thrifter said...

I love the pan! I could even see jellow in them just for fun. Thank you for linking up!

Smiles,
Rachael
The Joyful Thrifter

LV said...

My mother always used cast iron ware for cooking. We had one of these as well. Things just taste different anything iron ware.

D@TheShadyPorch said...

Great finds. Thanks for sharing!