Sunday, July 6, 2014

Sweet Vintage Tablecloth

After months of no shopping, working some overtime.....
I HAD to go antique shopping!
We have one little shop in town.
I found a sweet little vintage tablecloth.
Pam from Virginia Retro how did I do?
If you don't know she is the Queen of vintage tablecloths!

It was July 3rd and I found the perfect thing.
How perfect
Notice the blue ball jars on the table and lined up on the Hoosier?
Our Kmart is going out of business..depressing.
But I ran across the blue while seeing if they had the green.
Decided it would look good with my Annabelle hydrangea bouquet.


the table cloth is in good shape with just a couple of little stains
love the little scalloped edging
of course by morning
Boots had knocked over the flowers and the tablecloth was soaked.
Oh well, I try! But Greta and Boots seem to muck things up.
Love them anyway.

Have a great Sunday!


8 comments:

Susie said...

Ann, That table cloth is so nice. My MIL had lots of cloths. I hate that your K-Mart is closing. My mother worked in Kokomo , Indiana's K-mart for over 20 years and retired from there. I still have her name tag. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

White Lace and Promises said...

That is one of the prettiest I have seen. I love the colors.

Pam@OurAdventuresInHomeImprovement said...

Great tablecloth Ann! Love the colors.

Pam

ann said...

Oh so cute. A great find. You and I could have quite a get together swapping tales of our ancestors and genealogy. Hannah Duston's story takes a back seat in the captivity narrative in American literature to Mary Rowland who kept a journal during her captivity because she held little malice toward the Indians. I will let you read about Hannah and not spoil her story. Then there is the story of Laura in the novel Follow the River. You would enjoy her story, too.

Sally Annie Magundy said...

Oh Ann this made me giggle! I have the exact same tablecloth I inherited from my mom. :)

Happy week to you!

Elizabeth and Gary said...

Hi Ann,
Wow!I love the red, white and blue tablecloth. I remember one very similar to yours that my mom had when I was growing up.
I remember having to iron it, we ironed everything!
I think wallmart has taken over k-mart customers. We only have one k-mart where I live and its two towns away.
I enjoyed my visit today with you,
Elizabeth

Pat Cantwell said...

Ann,
Love the vintage tablecloth, dear friend!!!
Several years ago, I did some research on vintage linens. (Wish I'd have kept the source.) Those with the turquoise are from the early 1950's!
Love the blue jars and the hydrangea!!!
Fondly,
Pat

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