I took a badly needed bloggy break. I had been re-thinking my blog, of which I so love, stripping it back down to thrift shop finds, writing challenges and my labor of love - Countdown to Kitschmas in December.
I felt there was just toooo much Tami. Even though my page views go cray cray on my fashion posts, I was starting to feel uncomfortable about that much internet exposure.
So dear audience, I will share those things that delight me (and hopefully you too). I have been on the hunt for patterns from the 60s and 70s. I must admit the graphics and hairstyles are my fav part of collecting these items. This pattern from 1968 is one of ten I found thrifting.
Ran into a rummage sale - those are the absolute BEST for pricing. Some thrift shops are pricing way too high, especially for collectible books. This image is from the first plate of the 1965 publication American Indian Art by Norman Feder ($1.00 at the sale). This tome could double as a door stop - it is that heavy. After I give it a look-through and capture the image plates on scan, I will place it for sale on EBay.
My hospice thrift shopping resulted in a panoply of pink, a Bernie of New York scarf, Talbots pink T-shirt (NWT), a three-strand fresh water pearl necklace, a couple of CDs (Disco YAY!) and the 1969 publication of Modern Cake Decorating.
And since I punted on Vanessa's Mad Tea Party earlier this month (sorry sweetness), I am going to end the post with the image of Madame Alexander and Diddley dog lost in the Brussels forest.