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The New Petit Point Purses

When I was at the quilt show in the Fayetteville area, I always go to the little shop or boutique that the guild runs. They are always selling neat and unusual things to make money for the guild. Well, this … Continue reading

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Antiquing Around Tulsa

While I was at Tulsa to teach at Waggoner, OK, I went antiquing with Gary, Butch, and Dianne. I am getting more selective. I guess more picky in my old age. I really don’t need anything, but I do find lots … Continue reading

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The Tulsa Flea Market and The Tulsa Yard Sale

My friend, Butch, took me to Muskogee to go through some antique stores and flea markets while I was in Tulsa.  Then, I stayed over in Tulsa to go to the Tulsa Flea Market and the big Tulsa Yard Sale. … Continue reading

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Two Petit Point Purses

I forgot to post the last two petit point purses I have for my collection. My dealer friend went to West Memphis 2 weekends ago and picked the one with the Mother-of-Pearl  and the basket of flowers for $20.00. The … Continue reading

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Two Good Estate Sales in Little Rock

Last Thursday my antique dealer friend called to see if I wanted to go early to stand in line for the opening of a sale done by the Pennsylvania Trading Company. There was something he wanted that was really priced … Continue reading

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My Show and Tell from Houston

We always have Show and Tell each night at Houston. There are several reasons for doing it, but the main one is someone always finds something you need and they usually remember where they bought it. I am so different … Continue reading

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My New Needlepointed Table

Several, no not several, many years ago I bought a table at the Bombay Company in Little Rock at the mall. It was a black and gold small round table with a top that came off to insert a needlepoint … Continue reading

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