Monday, September 2, 2013

It's Yard Sale Time!!!!

First item today is called "Vintage Stitches".  It was the 2006 Thimbleberries BOM.  I did it thru a quilt shop that cut all your pieces for you, all you had to do was assemble.  I remember being excited about doing it and then lost interest before I could drop out.  This package is yours for $40 and that includes shipping.

The 2nd item is called "Petite Baskets".  I'd seen it in a Fons & Porter Magazine so I ordered it from them.  The kit includes everything needed to complete the top plus the backing and buttons for the baskets.  I paid $38 plus the price of the magazine.  It's yours for $25 which includes S&H.

3rd item is called "Frolic & Butterflies".  It's a Moda Bake Shop project.  This kit can certainly be broken down and used for a purse or other small quilt.  This is $25.00 includes S&H.

4th item is some "Cotton Blossoms" fabric by Bonnie & Camille.  There is a charm pack, 1/2 yd of the cream print, 1 yard of the blue stripe, a fq + a couple inches of the blue dot, 2 yds of the other floral print and 4 yards of the blue print.  I think I was going to make a small quilt with it but never got around to it.  $ 30 including S&H.
It's an older line but still very pretty.


5th item is a pile of  6-1/2 inch tumbler  blocks and 2 yards of "Little Things by Sarah Fielke.  $20.00 includes S&H.
# 6 is 5 fat quarters and 1 yard each of the large dot and stripe Riley Blake "All Star 2" $20 S&H included                                                             

#7- Gallon size Ziploc bag of blue/gold fabrics.  Some is yardage and a few pieces are just random sizes.  Probably 5+ yards in here..  $10 S&H included.

#8- Ziploc bag of scraps from a recent quilt.  Most pieces are from a layer cake but there are some random larger and smaller pieces. Aneela Hooey line with girls riding scooters, puppies etc.  $10 includes S&H.
# 9 is 2 projects.  Both are free but a nominal $3.00 postal fee, and can be sent separate.  If you want one and not the other that's fine. The first is Thimbleberries "Hometown Christmas".  It's 4 booklets.  The other is the "2012 Designer Mystery BOM".  I did both of these projects this past year and enjoyed the process of doing both.

#10- a bag of quilt blocks.  There are 26 and they are all different blocks and all different brown on brown fabrics.  I always thought I'd make a big sampler quilt from them but I've just never done it so here's the chance for someone to assemble a quilt super quick because the biggest part of it is done.....$6.00 for the whole lot.  S&H included.   SOLD!!!
#11- Pink floral fat quarters.  Flower Sugar, Lecien, Tanya Whalen....They will play nicely with #12 as well since they are all from the same type of lines...all pretty florals.  $25 for the 2 or if you want to split them up, the pinks are $10 and the mixed pile is $15.  S&H included.

#13 is a Pat Sloan kit called "Black Eyed Susan".  You get the book with that and other projects in it and the fabric to make the front of the quilt.  I've already made 2 and am wondering why I have a 3rd kit?  $15.00 and S&H included.
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, be specific which project you want and I will need your email address to send your paypal notice to and your mailing address.  Please email me privately at
As I said in my original email, I will be sure your project leaves my home no later than 3pm on Wednesday unless I'm waiting on your check to arrive in New Jersey.  Otherwise, I have mailing envelopes, small boxes etc. all lined up and ready to go.  The kiddies come back to school on Thursday so I'll want this yard sale done and over with by Wednesday for sure.
I am hoping this is not my last yard sale as I've been collecting, hoarding  fabric and kits for YEARS!!!   I've lost interest in some of these projects or have just outgrown my love for the fabric line etc.
All fabric comes from a smoke free home.........
Peggy in New Jersey


Kim said...

Sent you an email!

Kim said...

Of course, our paypal account is under a different email address than the one I use to post! :)

Conni said...

Way to go, Peg! The Magic Cupboard must be feeling pretty light!! I thought about posting some items for the Yard Sale, but just didn't make time to gather the stuff before today. Maybe I will pull it out and put it in a tote for the next sale...I just might be ready that way! HA!!

Barbara said...

Got a kick out seeing your yard sale success in blog-land. I'd bet you wouldn't do nearly as well on Etsy or eBay. Way to go! Looking forward to another. I was to busy to pay attention this time.