Vintage Finds Slated For New Life


Some of my latest finds. A couple will take up residence with the costume gallery. The rest will go into my store.  I’ll have fun figuring out how I want to enhance or embellish with crochet.  Though I pick up vintage pieces with all this in mind, I also usually bring everything to shows and will put into my store when I haven’t gotten to them yet.  I can only work so fast with my two hands, so I’ll toss a coin and see what gets attention first.  If it disappears from my listings, it probably means I’m working with it.  Unless it’s show-time.  Everything in my on-line store goes with me to shows.

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Such fun goodies!

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The curl is interesting. My daughter has another stamped with the brand name "Monet." This one looks older and has no stamp at all. I think I want to have an expert look at it.

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The grape pearl cluster is a neat find! Also pictured is a lone earring that lost its partner. It shall become a pendant for one of my crochet chokers.

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This owl pendant is a good 5 inches long! I'm going to have so much fun with this one.

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The cross is definitely going into the costume collection at home. Love the faded ribbon and tarnished brass. Haven't decided on the olive suede thong necklace.

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All my Xmas trees sold last winter, so I was happy to find another. Popular holiday gift. And I love the coin montage.

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I'm thinking the Texas star is mine. The ring is missing pearls, however, the two left leave it balanced and it still looks cute. That sun pin is heavy-duty and will look great as a center piece on a hat.

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3 responses to “Vintage Finds Slated For New Life

  1. Lots of fun vintage finds. Nice. Can’t wait to see you soon. A

  2. i can’t believe that i have a lot of the same jewelry components that you pictured! they’re so much fun to work with. i’d love to see what you turn them into.
    jd in st louis
    http;//crochet.craftgossip.com

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