Quilts, my weakness, however I do have a great collection. This space has tables of such great selection of vintage items, nothing priced so you have to ask, which is not my most favorite thing to do. Oh well I just have to get used to it.
More linens, I purchased a great aqua polka dot vintage apron from here for only $3.00, awesome.
A Thing For Roses, Lisa's space, every time I went by she was so busy, yahoo!!! You go girl!!!
Crinolines are still well sought after.
Chicks that's what we are, enjoying the journey!
These jars drew me in, of course I bought one, the lady says they were milk man samples from the Midwest. Oh so cool, so many uses for it.
These letters are so popular these days, as well as the windmills. This space was The Vintage Barn, says it all.
I saw this blooming foxglove and could not resist taking this photo, as mine had not yet bloomed, they are now currently in all their glory in my cottage gardens. This booth has a antique shop in Couer d' Alene, Idaho. Foxglove Antiques, how appropriately named.
There were all sorts of chandeliers in every shape, using all kinds of different recycled mediums. Don't you just love them?
This was from John Bob Cool Junk, such talented treasures they have.
More crystal chandeliers, Love, love them!
Oh how we want to do more of this, lemonade, fresh daisies, just relaxing and enjoying the view!
I love this cupola, I could have so much fun with this. This is from Ormolulu's space.
Don't you just love these vintage seed packets, I could have one of each.
Some great vintage aprons.
Seabold Vintage, Love their look so clean and crisp! How about you? They will be at Barn House Flea Market July 30th.
Another view from Seabold Vintage. Stay tuned for part Three!