March 30, 2008

Things that really should have value, but don't actually.

Bakelite stapler, old accounting book (filled with writing)

Making Dolls; 1969, Fun With Applique & Patchwork; 1969, Applique Stitchery; 1966, Introducing Dyeing & Printing; 1970, Contemporary Quilts & Coverlets; 1970

Susan Bates Needle Kit with 10" straight needles, dpns, 10" crochet hook, bobbins, & ad for "Wagon-O-Wool"

Tan restaurant mug; heavy, imperfect, & beautiful. Sweater sleeve, reading lamp bulb.

Vintage felt letters for the flannel board.

Lauri Count-A Space. Lovely foam rubber numbers & things + shiny wooden pegs.


Anonymous said...

Oooooooooooh..... my eyes are like Gollum's when he sees the ring.
PS I think our treasure in heaven will be very similar, very odd, but similiar, and it's cool to know that God gets us.

fun_is_always_in_style said...

It's much more than cool. Not to diminish the importance of coolness.

carolynswafford said...

You have such a way with your collections. It makes each thing look so special!

fun_is_always_in_style said...

My cabinets are crammed though. But you can tell I think they're something -