I haven't touched my sewing machine in a week. And probably won't for another week because of all the end-of-summer-vacation-hoopla. But that doesn't mean I can't sneak in a stop by an Antique Mall on the way home from a camping trip. (I had to get my yearly Antique Mall fix since we're not going to Maryland this year.) And since it's been a long while since I've done a pyrex post, I thought now would be an appropriate time to share some recent finds. Plus it's good dose of color-eye-candy.
Anyway, while I was there I hit a primary color jackpot. One booth had everything marked 50% off - including all of their vintage Pyrex pieces - which brought the prices back into the thrift-store price realm. And there was some GREAT stuff, but as proof of my determination not to hoard, I left a lot of good stuff behind. Are you proud? My favorite find was bright yellow casserole with this Daisy lid. Also a divided casserole in the same cheery yellow and the lid fits that as well. A double bonus.Snowflake Blue is my new favorite pattern. I only have one little Corelle saucer to hang on my wall, so this is a pattern I've been actually looking for. I found a great little casserole in perfect condition, plus the cutest little creamer.
A little Colonial Mist baker. Okay, this wasn't a real 'need' but I have a mixing bowl in this pattern and it's one of my favorites.
Hope everyone has a happy summer week. Now back to the Olympics.