Sunday, 26 July 2009

Sale of the Century - Everything must go!

Okay, the time has come - everything has to go! Click on any picture for a closer look
EVERYTHING you can see in these photos, with the exception of the two bookcases and the tables is for sale. All the artwork on the walls, all the books/magazines on the bookcases, everything.

I have two antique (Depression era) quilts, one fairly worn, the other in better condition, except for the binding which is worn.

An almost complete set of Quilting Arts magazines - starting from issue 5 (I did used to have from Issue 1, but heaven knows where they went!), up to latest issue, all $5 each. First 14 issues of CPS, same price.
Tons of books, very reasonably priced - on embroidery, patchwork, quilting, paper arts, collage, design, etc etc. Some lovely big coffee table books on quilts.

Fat quarters, beads, charms, buttons and doo-dads for crazy patchwork, embellishing. Embellisher packs of wool, silk tops, silk hankies and other felty stuff.
Kits, patterns, doll making supplies (particularly hair).
LOTS of dressmaking fabric in 2.5 - 5m lengths, all $2 a metre.
Tons of gorgeous moire taffeta in lovely colours for silk ribbon embroidery, crazy patchwork, making cushions, etc.

Folk art decorations, framed artwork including cross stitch and embroideries. Lots of frames and mats to frame your own work.
American Girl doll and five outfits). Patchwork teddy and other decorator items made from old quilts.

Christmas ornaments. Bundles of stuff - fine Italian men's suiting, wool, demin, tulle, glitzy stuff, patchwork bundles in themes - Debbie Mumm, kitchen/household themed, sea/fish/boats, blokey stuff, with tools etc.

Okay - you get the idea. All this stuff has to get sold, it is NOT coming to the coast with me.

Sale is on Saturday, 1 August, from 8.00 am to 1.00 pm, at 12 Gleadow Street EVATT.

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