Hubby said I couldn't bring home any sewing machines, but, I didn't think he would mind this one. I found it in Texas.
|cute, metal sewing machine art|
|back of metal sewing machine art|
I stopped at a cute little store in Bristow, OK, that I've wanted to stop at for a while now, but, I keep going by it hours before it opens. This time, I got to stop. I found this great quilt top for only $8.
|vintage quilt top|
I found lots of doilies at different shops along the way, too.
|vintage hankies and doilies|
|dish & candle holder|
|2 Texas quilt patterns, one is a kit|
I also found some fabric at 2 different stores in Texas.
|lots of fabrics, mainly fat quarters|
|lap size afghan from Betty|
My mother's new hubby does wood turning. He made me this lovely vase. I put a wooden rose in it that I had purchased in Mountain View, Arkansas, while at my family reunion.
|wooden vase from Melvin|
Last, but not least, I haven't had 'Teapot Tuesday' in a very long time (bad me)! Well, I found this great teapot clock at an antique mall in Illinois on the way home.
|sewing machine teapot clock|
Gee, I brought home 2 different sewing machines, but, since they don't 'sew' they don't count, do they?
Oldest son will be home soon for Thanksgiving. Gotta go! Have a Wonderful Thanksgiving!