I had them in several places throughout the house-mostly in the sun room, and as the sun is starting to come out more and more, I was worried that they might be fading. So I spent a few hours this afternoon, sorting, folding, and relocating them to non-sunny areas of the house. I'm glad I decided to do it, even if it was a TON of work, because I found a few that have suffered because of the sun.
Now they are safely inside of cabinets that won't see any sun, but can still be enjoyed. I thinned them out again, and took out the ones that I'm not crazy about and will add them to the garage sale pile, for sometime early this summer.
This is the newest member of the
Here are some Christmas tablecloths.
This is a piece of vintage Christmas material. I had it for sale in my booth, but decided to keep it. Now, I'm thinking I should probably sell it.
These are all newer.
These are all states and countries. Left to right--Alaska, Canada, Florida, Minnesota, Las Vegas, Bermuda and Germany. The Germany cloth was my paternal Grandmother's. I think it's from the 70's.
Embroidered dishtowels--these were all gifts from friends.
The animal shape potholders were less than a dollar for all three.
It was a LOT of work, but I'm so glad I did it-besides, with it so cold outside, it was a perfect day to do this!
Have a GREAT weekend!!!