Vintage Linen Love: Friday's Find #205


TGITF Friends! When I walk up to a yard sale and see a big stack of vintage linens, I'm a happy girl! Grab your favorite drink and get comfy because I have a lovely assortment to share today, starting with this sweet embroidered tablecloth. 


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This charming linen features the same hand stitched teapot on each corner and it's a little pocket! Here's a closer peek.


vintage teapot tablecloth



Doesn't this pretty embroidered tea towel make you think of Bambi in the meadow? It features twin scenes on each end of the towel. 



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I enjoy hanging vintage aprons in my kitchen and I know some of you do too.  Available


vintage apron


This small handmade apron features a yellow background with a sweet buttons and bows pattern. Available


vintage handmade apron



This flannel backed vinyl retro tablecloth is perfect for outdoors.  


retro outdoor tablecloth



 This green and white tablecloth featuring a rose patterned trim is pristine! Available


vintage tablecloth


Love the pastel floral pattern on this set of 2 identical Laura Ashley crib sheets.  Available


Laura Ashley crib sheet


My last find is a keeper and inspired my next project--drop by Sunday to see how I used this gorgeous vintage quilt! 


pastel vintage quilt



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Until next time, happy hunting!

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14 comments:

  1. Good morning, Cecilia! Looks like you hit the jackpot this time for sure! I love the teapot and deer. The tablecloth reminds me of a picnic! And the quilt! What a beauty...looking forward to see what you do with it! Have a good weekend, sweet friend.

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  2. Oh my, so many good finds! I'm partial to that yellow apron with the buttons and bows! The material looks like feedsack!

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  3. What pretty linens! I love seeing all the handwork done on things.

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  4. WOW!! Such beautiful pieces and such fine stitching of that teapot. I have several aprons in my kitchen on display as well. I should look to see how others are displaying theirs because I LOVE them so much I'd like to get more (including that yellow and red one that would match my retro kitchen PERFECTLY!).

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  5. Cecilia, you always find the most gorgeous vintage linens. I love them all but the quilt is my favorite. It is lovely.

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    1. Thank you for sharing at Snickerdoodle. Pinning. I am featuring your post this week at the party.

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  6. Great finds Cecilia! Especially love that quilt and I'm looking forward to seeing how you use it.

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  7. Love the cute little vintage quilt!!

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  8. I love the embroidered linens! They always bring back sweet memories of embroidering with my mom when I was young.

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  9. Great finds Cecilia ... love the quilt.

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  10. I just love vintage linens and I have been finding a lot while out thrifting. It is hard to sell them, but it is nice to have them around until they do sell.

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  11. What a great assosrtment of vintage linens!! I especially like the embroidered ones!! So cute!!
    Thanks so much for stopping by!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  12. Beautiful linens! Thanks for sharing at Dishing It & Digging It! :)

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  13. I'm always thrilled to find a stack of linens as well Cecilia. Love that teapot tablecloth and Bambi towel!! Oh, and vintage quilts. I can not pass them up!
    hugs,
    Jann

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