It's been awhile, but I went thrifting again. Here's what came home with me:
I love the colors in this handmade blanket. It's also the perfect size to cover just my lap and part of my legs; it's not over-sized. Since our evenings are still cold, I use it when I'm reading or watching TV.
Blue and white dishes are my favorites and I happened to need some more smaller plates. I usually buy plates made in England or Germany (I won't eat off of plates that are made in China) as I prefer that style, but I was drawn to the flowers on these Japanese plates. I also like how they have a "lip" on the plate edge. A lot of times, I just eat a small meal or a snack consisting of fruit and raw nuts, so these smaller plates are a perfect size.
Another scarf (I know it needs ironing) to add to my collection.
Two small Limoges teacups. My grandma loved Limoges, too.
A kitty sun catcher.
Brass Gregorian candlesticks.
A green and white lampshade...
An organizer that still had the original price sticker from HomeGoods on it. My price was 50 cents. :-)
Lastly, I found this collection of vintage quilted hearts when I was treasure hunting with Mom a few days ago.
Have a fantastic weekend!