Mom, the kids and I took advantage of the change of plans which happened last Saturday. I had the day off because of previous plans. We decided to take a trip to our favorite Junk/Thrift/Antique store, Tiede's Second-Hand and Antiques in Overton. It proved to be a fruitful time.
We are a family of book lovers. A lot of our time was spent sifting through the fabulous selection they have there. I found some George Eliot's that I had yet to pick up. So old and yummy!
I also found these sweet little note cards.
They were printed in 1952 and it is a full set, none used.
Each card has an attached insert with a Scandinavian cookie recipe. How fun!
A surprise find that I came across also is this photograph. It was hidden among the pages of Romola.
I, of course, searched among the sewing supplies. I found a bag of zippers, mostly in shades of blue. I found a bag of thread, with a wide variety of colors. Several are wooden spools too, which will call for a future project I'm sure.
I also picked up some more double-pointed knitting needles, wide elastic, a bag of bias tape and FABRIC!
I just picked up a few fun ones.