Apparently it is never going to be Spring....the sun is stuck behind the clouds and the buds on my trees look like they are too afraid to come out. We have two tournaments this weekend. One softball and one baseball, please tell me I won't have to watch from the confines of the car? I love to sit and stitch from the side of the field, but I can't stitch with gloves on! On the brighter side of those grey clouds, I hit an estate sale and found a few goodies...
Linens are my favorite and there were only a few to be had. The trim was just divine. Sweet little butter plate and a Shawnee planter with the prettiest of colors. The Horticulturalist in me loves these tin children's watering cans. Fairies in Ohio Art...yum.
Another great gingham apron. I am smitten with these rick rack stitching details. I have plans for reconstruction of these beauties.
A baby pillow cover, stitched like no other. Can you just imagine receiving this as a baby gift?
It was so nice to get out to an estate sale and hunt for treasures.
Such a fun time to see all the old stuff. Just a few treasures came home with me.
All in the Spring colors that keep alluding my garden. I am excited that the estate sale season is getting back in full swing and hopeful that I will see warmer weather at some point. My front porch is itching for a Spring makeover and I am ready to get dirty. Right after those tournaments!