Our first stop was Good Ju-Ju, only open that first weekend of every month. Two factory floors of vintage and repurposed furniture, as well as vintage collectibles. I found a Toby Mug to add to my collection, my first made by Royal Doulton.
He is the one front and center, joining his new family.
We moved on to the next building, called Vintage Rose. My first find there was a Norman Rockwell tray. It is called "Last Ear of Corn". Rockwell's characters are always so amusing.
Isn't it great?
I have been looking for a vintage sewing chair for my Singer 15-91 and count that as my best find of the day. Not only did I find one, but found two alike. $20.00 each, or both for $30.00. Of course, I took both of them. I immediately put the second one on the Facebook page of my LQS and found it a good home with Jessica, another vintage machine enthusiast.
And with storage under the seat.
Here's how it looks with the 15-91.
And it's comfortable!
Don't you love the retro upholstery? At first I thought I wanted to recover it, but have since decided I will leave it alone. I think it fits the machine.
Hope you are getting some sewing done. I'll blog about that next time, just had to share my picking adventure.