Like a stack of bifold doors.
Here are several - they were selling as I brought them in from the loading dock.
The doors make great screens on porches, displays for booths, and, of course, doors!
A lovely louvered screen door #855 from an old cottage in Aiken.
No, I did not need another tool caddy, but I am enjoying it on the front porch for awhile before it heads to the booth.
Another despicable chore - getting the tape off.
Painted red Samsonite folding chair - child size.
A scrap of cloth - I looked in bin after bin to see if there was another piece of this.
The gold milking stool I left as I found it - wonderfully distressed.
And the tool?
The ScaleMaster No. 10.
"Oh, no, I've lost my arms!" cried the spooky doll.
There is that piece of cloth again.
Yes, folks, yet another quilt - all hand-stitched and hand-quilted.
A very large market basket - the bottom striped red, gold, blue.
A stack of quilt pieces - two squares and the rest ovals.
An old knob and lock set.
A bag filled with children's vintage shoes.
My favorite pair - felted wool booties with embroidery.
At another sale two newer pairs of tiny shoes.
Bundled group - clip-on rings for curtains - handy in the booth.
A handful of bracelets.
A ring holder.
A small lace tablecloth.
A large storage basket.
The cloth scrap fits the basket, but I decided to use it another way.
I will admit I bought this spool of metal without a clue of what it is.
It simply appealed visually to me.
I have an idea for it.
Wait and see.
Four kindergarten chairs.
A candlestick table in a dark finish - decent enough - I did not paint it.
A large gardening encyclopedia.
Multiple tiny shoes.
Multiple quilt pieces.
Wonder what is out there this weekend?