It's been a long few weeks. I've been sick, the kid's been sick. We've been to a Minute Clinic for me and the ER for her. I think she's better, but I've got a cough that is lingering. Not fun. So we finally made it out of the house for fun and not for something medical-related.
I went to a quilt shop called Twin Cities Quilting to pick up some sashing material for my I Spy quilts (still no charm squares from the I Spy hostess). They had a nice selection and in the back of the store they had one of those big quilting machines. Nuts! Anyway, here's the selection:
It's hard to photograph.
Next, we went to a thrift store that I had never been to.
It was the most well organized thrift store, I swear. Everything had it's own hanger or it was bagged. I headed over to the craft section, which was pretty large.
They had a large selection of fabrics.
Unfortunately, they were all cheap-o knits and I didn't like any of them.
There were also craft kits and books all bagged up.
Nothing for me, though.
And then bags and bags of craft things.
PS watch out for the freakish bagged doll.
I was thinking that I would have to return to see if the selection turns over at all.
Oh, and what are your thoughts on this?
That's right. That's a well-organized rack of men's undies. Gross. I didn't get close enough to see if they were used, but still....gross. I mean, who donates used underwear? I donate old bras, but they are bras and much less intimate than panties. I chuck old panties. Maybe men feel differently about their underwear.