This little slip has "A tisket, a tasket" stitched at the bottom with green embellishments.
We have baby shoes with blue, green and pink eggs inside and ribbons.
This little pink "vest" is sweet as it can be.
This one has to be my favorite with the little verse stitched on the front.
I finally got a better picture of those little zippered boots. Aren't they just the cutest things???
There is nothing like the graphics of old story book pictures. This one is Wee Willie Winkie.
Is this beautiful or what? Can you believe that Bonnie made this from a gourd? What a fantastic art piece this is.
Just put this desk piece out today. It is supposed to hang on the wall, and when the desk top is shut, it is louvered like shutters. Need an organizer for your kitchen?
Who doesn't love old ticking - the real thing? These might have to make the journey to the Little House if they don't sell soon. I keep eyeing them!
This is one big old stitchery done in an old frame without the glass. Prim as can be.
There are two big blanket cranes left and that's another thing I've been eyeing. They can be used to display so many different things. Let's see, do I want one for at home or the Little House? Or maybe both???
The old sleigh is covered in old red work and blue work. One is an oversize baby quilt and the other is a pillow layover.
I could just see the old potatoe planter on a porch with some spring posies inside.
And last, but certainly not least, is a beautiful blue chenille bedspread. Nothing is cozier than chenille to crawl under at night. Case in point, my old chenille robe should have gone years ago, but I just can't get rid of the old girl!
That's the line-up for today friends. Can't wait to see some of the p.j.'s that show up at the shop tomorrow morning. By the way, we're giving a prize for the best p.j. costume and so is Wren In The Willow. Don't forget, come in and have a continental breakfast with us and have some good old-fashioned fun! Hope to see you there.
Until next time...