Sunday, May 1, 2011

Antique flea market finds

I just got back from the once-a-month antique flea market, to which I haven't been since fall. I got the great vintage fabrics above. I can't wait to turn them into cuffs! I also got the awesome blanket below:


But that's just for cuddling. :)

P.S. I absolutely do not need any more vintage blankets but I couldn't resist.

13 comments:

  1. oh how fun! i was about to say that blanket with the kitty looks too cuddly to take apart :)

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  2. Looks like some great finds. Can't wait to see how they come out when you are done with them.

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  3. I adore your blanket! I love vintage blankets, too.

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  4. I love that blanket. You pretty much had to buy it, you know.

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  5. the vintage fabric is pretty & that vintage blanket just had to come home with you. it was calling your name.

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  6. That blanket is gorgeous. Of course, I say that to myself every time I see one of your blanket finds. You must have an amazing collection! Maybe you could do a post about it sometime. :)

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  7. Lovely fabrics, and no wonder you couldn't resist that blanket ;)

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  8. Fun...we are gearing up for next weekends once-a-month market too...haven't been since Fall either!! Too busy over the holidays...I'm so looking fwd to just wandering and browsing.

    Great fabric finds!!

    ps...I have a giveaway on my blog right now...pop on over and enter...it's a yummy one!!

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  9. Mmm, I love those vintage fabrics, especially the brown pattern one. Will look great with your cuffs, I'm sure!

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  10. nice fabric love the prints!!!

    www.thecrochetloft.etsy.com

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  11. If you ever get tired of all the vintage blankets you have you can always send me one. ;)
    Great finds!

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  12. Your cat is cold. She or he may want to be under the blanket.

    -Zane of ontario honey

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