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Vintage Patterns Galore!

I mentioned last week that I’d received around a hundred old patterns from my aunt, some of which were her mom’s (my grandmother’s).  Most of the patterns are from the sixties and seventies, and they vary in style from “ooh, that’s a wonderful dress” to “goodness, I guess people really did dress like that”.   485 more words


Look Mum, It Still Fits!

This morning Bart came downstairs wearing a pretty floral Victorian style dress. Its the one Grandma and Granddad bought for AJ when she was four years old, then when she grew out of it, the dress got passed onto Bart. 108 more words


Because "I liked scotch."

Today’s post, a guest contribution from my friend Kath, showcases a unique hand-me-down.

Kath: When my grandmother downsized into a smaller apartment, I was given this… 137 more words


Part 10: My Sister's Clothes

This is an excerpt from my novel, Caroline. Read the previous chapter here.

Caroline continued to keep to herself; she hardly talked to other people, even at the dinner table when we had lively conversations. 1,047 more words

Creative Writing

Don't You Dare Tell Me You're Broken

Hello you bullet shell of a person,

You like listening to “Hand Me Down” by Matchbox Twenty  because you like to think it describes you. You poor, 2nd hand, misunderstood, emotional mess. 294 more words


Thrift Find of the Day: "The Best Time To Wear A Striped Sweater Is All The Time"

Hey Thrifters,

Thank you all for checking out my blog. Today I want to share with you all a striped sweater I got for free! How? 173 more words

Thirft Finds

NuWave Oven

My NuWave Oven is awesome! My Mom thought she was buying a pressure cooker and my parents couldn’t figure it out, so hand-me-down.

I love hand-me-downs! 71 more words