I'm joining in with Sophie's Fleamarket Finds again this week. I'm link number 74 so there's a lot to see. And I love to look at every single link. Usually 4 or 5 at a time. It's almost as much fun as finding my own stuff.
I know I promised pics of my new (to me) sewing machines from the dump shop, so I guess it's time! First my new pink Nelco. Even the cord is a pretty dusky braided pink. I've managed to figure out all the knobs, buttons and dials thanks to Mr Google and a yahoo group called vintagejapanesesewingmachines.
And this lovely green Singer is amazing with its typewriter style top cam buttons. This is a model 320k.
Earlier this week I sis and I hit the Op shops. Tuesday i had to drive to the other side of town and we did an Epic Op shop crawl all the way home. About 7 or 8 I think. It is all one big blur now. I can hardly remember where I bought what lol. There is a LOT to share but I just want to get this over with. Last weeks finds are on a camera that my oldest daughter left in the cable for in Melbourne so they will have to wait.
I loved this vintage light as a feather silk ballerina scarf. But it had a great big hole and quite a few tiny holes. All scarves were marked at $2.99 but I was offered it for .99c so I couldn't resist.
Hmm... mirror needs cleaning.
..a couple of cute .10c kids hankies including a hot cross bun rhyme..
The cutest little .50c baby bluebird doily..
A $4.50 large rectangle lace tablecloth. You may have noticed on the latest photos I have been using these a lot lately over Christmas. This one is a lovely ecru shade.
The matching teacup for a saucer I already had (and luckily hadn't drilled for a cake stand).
Of course there are some Freecycle finds that need sharing yet.. I can see a lot of blogging in my future.