Saturday a friend and fellow quilter texted me about an estate sale that had lots of fabric. Naturally, I hopped in the car and drove over - just a couple miles from home. (Amazingly, I hadn't even checked Craigs List for garage sales that day).
There was a table loaded with fabric folded up and taped. Plus lots of other sewing and knitting supplies.
1st picture: small bag already sewn, 2 wire quilt hangers for small quilts, bag of scraps for 25⍧ and a June Tailor Point Presser & Clapper ($2). I had seen wood clappers recommended for pressing down on thick seams, but would never have paid full price for one. I just looked it up and these things cost about $38!!
2nd picture: This almost finished chenille jacket was folded up with the pattern and taped around with masking tape. I couldn't really tell what it was, but decided I would get it if it was inexpensive (cheap) enough. It cost me $2. I need to sew on the other sleeve, get a yard of fabric for the binding, and it will be finished. If it doesn't fit me, I will sell it - I'm vending at a quilt show Aug. 5 & 6 - Powerland, Brooks, OR.
3rd picture: some yardage and fat quarters, approximately 17 yards and the cost averaged $1.37/yd.
4th picture: The folded up panel was in a bag marked $1.00 and I paid 50⍧ on the last day. I was surprised that it contained 4 panels! I hope to sell these also.
My neighbor (and vending partner) said: "Why didn't you buy all the FQs when they were 25⍧? I didn't have a good answer, other than I didn't want DH to have a heart attack. He's very easy going, but I didn't want to press my luck.
I also got some pretty buttons that I'm listing on Ebay.