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June 04, 2012

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rae

i love those santas! and the watch bulb is pretty amazing!

Lisa W.

Wonderful finds ! I cannot pick a favorite ... I think you have some kind of a Super-Fantastic-Find- Fairy that rides on your shoulder , I really do ! :)

Tina

I think I had the light up nose Santa. Love your Twinkle! I never got rid of my 18 yards of yellow toweling - it looks identical to your red. Great finds!

Jenny Sellars

If you ever want to sell the Twinkle board from the center of the toweling....let me know!! I collect all things stars or starish!! Including the word twinkle!!

Sarah

Holy crap that is a lot of toweling. LOL

Musings from Kim K.

Love those santas. Especially love the bulbs. I collect Chinese lantern shaped ones. That clock is fantastic. Good for you!

Mecky

Great finds! WooHoo on that toweling!!

kathy

Great finds and I love that Mr. Oodles thought about your blog! That guy is a keeper.

kim g.

Wow! You scored! Love the gigantic bolt of fabric!

Ruth

What are you going to do with the fabric?

Vicki

LOVE the fabric. What I love the most is that there is so much that I actually would cut off a few yards and make towels..and a runner...and big napkins. I stopped at an antiques store in Ballston Spa this weekend and there was a whole huge display of homespun. I wanted to just sit down in the middle of it and dream.

Renee

Let me start by saying any one of these items would have made my estate sale year...the clock...the santa head with the bell...and oh my that toweling. I would have had to jump head first over Peter, Paul and Mary to lay claim...Amazing what treasures you find. You keep me going back for more....smiles...Renee

Mary Ann

I used to work at a fabric store. To estimate yardage on a bolt, we would count the layers on one side of the bolt and two layers was approximately a yard. Just a little info if you want to estimate the yardage of your toweling.

nanette

Oh my gosh, you've done it again. Just when I think I've seen the best.

Melissa

You seriously always get the BEST stuff.

laurie magpie ethel

Glad you got the first daughter/drive/friends out of the way with only a game of Lotto and not a stiff drink!
Good Santa finds - always nice to add to a collection.

Sue H.

"Because Mr. Oodles and I were home Saturday night, paralyzed with the kind of fear that overtakes parents when their 18-year-old daughter takes the car out with her friends for the first time, we played a round."

Funniest thing I've read all week! You made me spit out my soda.

Into Vintage

I am every shade of green imaginable about that roll of toweling.

I mean it. I think I would have fainted at the estate sale if I had come across that.

Linda Ruthie

I see I'm not the only visitor here that is eyeing up that bolt of linen toweling. I love to embroider tea towels and it's not easy or cheap to find nice towels to work on. Love your Santa finds!

Disc Springs

A friend referred me to your resource. Thank you for the details.

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