Wednesday, September 14, 2016

~Antique Faire Treasures~

I am here as promised to show you all what I got at the Antique Faire.  So exciting!  Let's just get on into it! :D

I got these neat advertisements from a Sears and Roebuck Company catalogue from 1908.  The one on the left is a piano and on the right is a sewing machine.

Vintage books are awesome!  I scored these for $1.00 each.

Knitting needles, cause I like to knit (I'm self taught by internet videos :)).  And 2 and 1/2 yards of fabric (sold by a different vendor) for only $2.00!

This lovely black hat still has the little clips on the sides to help keep it on your head.

This adorable vintage bunny with her baby in her apron is so sweet!  It looks like the dress was made out of an old quilt and the lacey part looks like a doily.

Cause I love vintage cameras (this is my 5th). 

For clothes I got this lovely sweater/cardigan.

And a bottle of Quinsana (to help get rid of fungas on your feet! ;p) and a neat old clock that doesn't work, but I don't care.

Ok, those are all of the treasures I got.  I hope you all enjoyed looking at them.  Let me know if you'd like to see more things like this.  Blessings!


  1. Ohmygoodness, you got SUCH cute stuff, Morgan! I love it! Thanks so much for posting this. It was so fun looking through all the stuff you bought!

    I especially like the vintage camera - and the fact that you taught yourself how to knit from internet videos! For some reason that's just cool :D.

    ~ Savannah

    1. Thank you so much, Savannah!! I am so glad you liked it! :D

      Thank you!! Last year I watched a video(s?) on how to arm knit and it was fun! So within the last couple months I decided to try knitting with the actual knitting needles. And it was so similar to the arm knitting it was pretty easy to catch on! There are still a lot of different stitches and what not that I don't know how to do, but for now I'm happy to just know how to do it. :D

      Thank you again, dear!! :D

  2. Cool!! I knit too! And the sweater is stunning!

    And I would love to see more.

    1. Thanks! That's cool! Thank you!!

      Thank you so much, Erudessa!! :D

  3. I maaaay have squealed a little when I saw this post. Maybe. ;D

    MORGAN. I LOOOOVE ALL YOUR STUFF! EEK! How do you find so many adorable vintage things?!

    *le gasp* THOSE BOOKS! And that camera! And that clock! *hyperventilates* I WANT. I'm a sucker for everything vintage, especially books. :D And golly, you have five cameras? I reallllly want to get a vintage camera, but I haven't seen any decent prices on them yet.

    Ohhh, I didn't know you knitted! My friend taught me how to do it, and it's so much fun. I only know the basic stitch, but I'm hoping to get better at it. ^_^

    LOVED THIS TO BITS. Your vintage style is honestly the best. <3

    1. THANK YOU, MARY!!!!! <3

      I'm a sucker for everything vintage, too!! I love it all! <3 YES, vintage books are awesome!!! Yes, vintage cameras can be expensive. The most reasonable one I have I got for only $5.00. Which was pretty good. :)

      You knit, too?! That's awesome! I think it's a lot of fun, too. :D I only know the basic stitch and the purl stitch so far. Me too! :D

      YOU ARE SO SWEET!!! <3 Thank you so very much, dearie!!! <3 :D