Thursday, November 8, 2018

Vintage Flight Book


I got this Flight book for $2 because I thought my uncle would like it. I’m not particularly interested in planes, but I do appreciate the layout of this book. It’s a large book and every inch of it is filled with copy and images—it feels very newspaper-like.

Maybe I’m just so used to seeing coffee table books that are filled with giant photos and lots of white-space (which I love), but it’s rather refreshing to see something that looks different.













Thursday, November 1, 2018

Things I Didn’t Buy 79


I thought these old tennis rackets were awesome.


I wasn’t entirely sure what this item was for but it looked interesting. I thought it was for cooking since it looks like a pan on a long stick.


I liked this book cover illustration.


I really liked these Japanese wooden nesting boxes.


I considered getting this Star Trek glass because I thought it was amusing—but resisted.

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Thrifted for $6.12


For $3.13 I got this navy and white sweater.


And this purple sleeveless top.


Fleetwood Mac’s The Dance cd.


And an egg slicer.


Finally, I got this awesome National Geographic book from 1989 for $2.99. The inside’s not very interesting, but the cover is fantastic. I love the color and the gold geometric design on it. Sooooooo pretty.

Thursday, October 18, 2018

Needlepoint Book


I bought this book from the 1970s for $1. I haven’t ever done needlepoint, but I liked the patterns in it.


I like some of those geometric patterned pillows.

Here are some of the patterns in the book.








Thursday, October 11, 2018

Things I Didn’t Buy 78


Here are some cute sewing patterns. The first one is this vest and culottes pattern from the 1970s that I think is awesome.


I thought these 1970s overall dresses were interesting—I probably wouldn’t wear them but they do make a statement.


I liked these 1970s separates.


This was a nice simple dress pattern.


And I thought these pajamas were interesting.


Finally, I liked the simplicity and asymmetry of these 1960s dresses.