Monday, December 16, 2013
Saturday, September 14, 2013
This ugly children’s dress came from left for trash goods at this year’s Queens Day flea market. Now which mother dresses her little girl in grey? No wonder it didn’t sell.
So it ended up in a pile of these. Knit in a double strand they worked up quickly and I love the bulky cables. Now hopefully the colour will appeal to my adult public.
To be ordered on line here.
Sunday, August 25, 2013
More furniture I once picked up for myself, but finally sold to make space in my tiny apartment. I used them at my computer desk and my sewing table, but then found something more comfortable for the first and a simple stool for the second that can be shoved under the table leaving more space in that little room.
I still liked those chairs so moved them to my kitchen, but they were hardly ever used and only took place. So out they went to a happy young girl.
Now for the once in a while I sit at my kitchen table I keep this cute vintage tripod, also to be easily shoved underneath when I need it out of the way!
One of these days, when my downsizing project is complete I may show some overall indoor pictures of my room and kitchen - with that pretty table - but we’re not there yet…
Monday, August 05, 2013
I always appreciate it when people tell me a bit about the purpose of their buy. This mirror went to a young lady who had just opened a hair salon in vintage style. She came all the way from Tilburg to pick it up in Amsterdam!
It made me happy to hear that because I picked the mirror up for myself 15 years ago and only due to my current downsizing project it had to go. As you can see I had to take it outside to make the photo because I had no room indoors. Now it’s being used again instead of gathering dust in a corner of my house.
Saturday, June 01, 2013
Listed separately the pretty desert spoons went within a week. The rest combined as a set wasn’t a success. Then the IKEA desert spoons went at our first flea market of the year.
So I changed my listing for the rest to the Gero Zilmeta only with a nicer photo not showing each single piece and to my surprise that sold a week later.
The fun is the whole lot came in the suitcase of the new set the previous owners had apparently bought. Which now serves me as a carrier and display for my craft.
Monday, April 08, 2013
I picked this huge cooking pot up years ago with the idea to use it for dying textiles. But it turned out to be too big and clumsy for me to handle and it ended up in the backyard. As it was just standing in the way I decided it had to go.
After putting up my free ad I had a first reaction within hours, but he asked me to ship it by mail and I don’t even have a box that big. The next morning there were two more and I had to put the listing on hold. First to come won and I sold my pot within 24 hours after listing it.
Perhaps I should have asked more money, but the main thing is the item has found new use!