I brought all of this home

Thrifted bits of fabric  bought in Sweden in 2006
More second hand fabric. The red with roses has a bit of plastic feeling to it. The yellow swirls makes me smile. The white with rose stripes was a must-have, as the pink and gray 50th style fabric. Mmmmm!

Thrifting finds from last two weeks only:

Loppis behind Kyrkstugan one day! A small pink vase, that was to cute to resist. Looks so cute with flowers in it.

From Emmaus. A children’s Dymo with text strips in pink, green and yellow! Wooohoo, so fun!

From Kyrkstugan. Not a thrift, but a true find! Maria’s garden sticks, hand carved and painted. A present for my mother and father when I go visit them in July.

Not a thrift find, but cheap yarn from Obs. Pink, pink and white. A Hello Kitty something perhaps?

Take care!

8 Responses

  1. I just thrifted a dymo label maker myself this week–99cents! I only got one roll of green tape with it. I hope they still make the tape!

  2. Lovely finds – the fabric is all so pretty. But that vase is so chic! Isn’t thrifting fun?

  3. Great thing this dymo – I would like to find one too… Actually, I go to Sweden in 5 days – for 2 weeks holiday – and I will be very aware if I should see some sign saying: “Loppis”. I?m going to stay in a house in Sollentuna at Stockholm, so you are welcome to give me a hint if there is anything in that area you know, I just MUST go and see.

    You?re welcome to mail me then – or make a comment on my blog Heaven & Earth

  4. I?m in love with rose-striped fabric! And the garden stick! How very beautiful! I?m curious to see what you will do with the wonderful fabrics!

  5. Hmm…maybe I’m gonna go triftshopping today! OT: About the swap, I’m in the middle of making some buttons and others stuff. As that’s ready for swap, I’ll mail you!