Monday, July 4, 2011


Saturday's civil war block (#27, Irish Chain) is finished!

I'm a sucker for garage sales and when I saw this container of threads on wooden spools, I couldn't resist.

When you open the box, the spools tilt out so you can remove them.

Such pretty colors!

I need to stop going to garage sales, because the camper is getting too full!  DH just rolls his eyes!

I may not be able to post for a while as we are leaving DS's house tomorrow and don't know when we will have access to the internet.

Happy Independence Day!


Leanne said...

Those cotton spools are great, what a great find. Enjoy the rest of your trip.

seventhsister26 said...

What a pretty find!! Love the case;)
Happy 4th;)

---"Love" said...

That thread box is cute as a bug! Good find! If all DH does is roll his eyes, I wouldn't get too worried. We got a little rain here last night; don't know about your place, but it will be 100 for another week! Have fun, and stay safe! Happy 4th! ---"Love"

Cathy said...

What an adorable box. I love collecting anything to do with sewing. Your block is nice too. Hope you had a nice fourth. Hugs.

Lee Prairie Designs said...

Wonderful find!!! Garage sales are fun.

Happy 4th of July to you and your family.


Mary said...

Love the thread caddy. Great find. Love garage sales!!! Hope you had a great 4th!

a good yarn said...

The thread caddy and threads was much to good a buy to pass over. Happy 4th July! Ann :-)

Lori said...

I love your newest block and your yard sale find!!
I"ll be looking for you on Saturday at the quilt show, and if I don't see you before then at noon in the park.

Marsha said...

Consider the eye rolling good exercise for the DH. I'm sure he doesn't really mind that much, I bet he likes to see you happy! The spools and case are a great find! Enjoy the rest of your trip and have fun at the quilt show in Sisters this weekend!

StitchinByTheLake said...

I would have bought those too! You can always find just one more little space in a camper - ask me how I know. :) blessings, marlene