It SHOULD be warm enough to have a garage sale on April 16 in Kansas. But you never know......
The quilt historian nearly froze yesterday morning. It just didn't warm up much until afternoon. But look how pretty her garage sale was. I always love to go by because there are quilts on the fence.
I don't notice many other sales like it.
oh my lordy, I'd have taken them all home...ReplyDelete
How can she let go of those quilts?ReplyDelete
Wow! I would've loved to have been there. :)ReplyDelete
Looks like some fantastic quilts - I would have found it hard to part with them.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing them.
Regards from Western Canada,
I'm so curious to know what she was charging. They look great!ReplyDelete
I am also curious as to the pricing ,I would never part with such beautiful quilts.ReplyDelete
Wow. Looks like garage sale heaven to me.ReplyDelete
OMG she was selling those quilts. How was the pricing and what a great garage sale.ReplyDelete
Oh just the site alone is priceless! I would love to see this driving by somewhere!ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh. Does she collect these as she is out and about throughout the year and then have an annual sale in the spring! It makes me drool! Living on an island, we have very few yard slaes and even fewer quilts in said yard sales. I might see one quilt a year this way, if I am lucky. It's when I get on the mainland and drive the 5 hours down to Portland about three times a year to see out three grown kids that I have an opportunity to hit antique shops. ......But there is always eBay!!!ReplyDelete
Are those B.B.'s quilts? It would be awesome to have her in the neighborhood.ReplyDelete
Yes, those are BB's. We do enjoy her sales!ReplyDelete
And regarding the pricing - we often find our quilts at thrifty spots. Look out, we'll be putting some on ebay soon.ReplyDelete
Oh,oh, raising hand ... send them my way... but seriously let me know how to find y'all on ebay.ReplyDelete