As you know I love searching for vintage images and often the reason is because
I love sharing these beauties with all of you!
I found this little lovely last weekend. It is a postcard and the first one I have ever found that
has a cloth like cover. I believe the picture is printed on the fabric that feels like silk.
It is pretty worn, but the beauty is still there.
Shortly after I last shared a picture of one of my afghans I had an email from Sandy of 521 Lake Street.
Would I make a special order afghan? Would I?! It made me very happy that
she is pleased with her afghan. You can read about it here.
Problem is, I love making them so much that I can't stop myself. I am having such fun with
color. I also love naming my afghans. The one above I call Pink Lemonade.
This one is Strawberry Fields.
This one I call Granny's Garden.
This picture below shows the detail of how I finish the edges of the afghans.
The one below is called Playdate. I have never been very good at tooting my own horn,
but I have decided to list these afghans in our etsy and invite you to take a look.
I think they would look great as accents in your home.
I'll close this week with this little plate that I also found this past weekend. It is made in
Japan and should have wicker handles. I didn't mind the fact that the handles were gone because
I am going to string ribbon through the top two holes and hang it on the wall.
Thank you, friends, for stopping by our place today and letting me share a little bit of
my world with you.
Wishing you all much happiness!