Very pretty feedsack – green and white! The green colors are especially pretty. Feedsack measures 39 ½” x 36”.
The “mod” floral pattern on this feedsack is rather unusual! Feedsack is in shades of blue – background and flowers – with red “stems” on the flowers. Measures 41 1/8” x 37”. I have two available.
Another pretty feedsack! This one is blue and white and is a feedsack half – measures 42” x 24”.
This is a bright, cheerful feedsack – it’s covered with purple grapes, yellow pears, red cherries, apples, strawberries, and raspberries. It measures 36 ¼” x 37”. It has been hemmed on the 2 raw edges to be used as a table topper but appears to have been used very little (if at all). Very pretty!
Very pretty pattern on this feedsack! There are beige and white squares accented with blue flowers. Feedsack measures 36” x 47”.
This is a pretty feedsack and is the difficult to find pink color! The pink is bubble-gum pink and the design is white. Feedsack measures 36 ¼” x 40”.
This Madeira antimacassar set has never been used! I purchased it at the same estate sale as our item #M3456. This one has handmade cutwork and embroidery on linen. Excellent condition!
Excellent, mint condition Madeira antimacassar! Never used – I removed original tag to launder. Tag states “Hand Embroidered in Portugal on All Pure Linen”. Super!
This is a lovely antimacassar set – handmade and cross-stitched! All 3 pieces are in excellent condition!
These crochet items are so neat and can be used so many ways! They are “baskets” filled with flowers and leaves. This listing has 3 baskets – two measure 15 ½” x 11 ½”, the other measures 16” x 12”. They can be used as doilies, tacked onto throw pillows or towels, framed, etc. Super!
This is a pretty red glass ornament with sign language for I Love You! Ornament was made in Austria for Bronners (shown on metal cap). It is in good condition with minor color loss and a few dark dots -- nothing detrimental but it is a little less than perfect.
This is a satin covered ornament for the Jasper Wildcats! Ornament is clean and appears to have never been used. It is still in the original box along with purchase receipt dated 11/5/87. The ornament cost $3.80 (in 1987!) and was sold by Junior Achievement.
Isn’t this a neat kitchen towel? It has lots of detail, measures 15 ½” x 26 ¾” and is in excellent condition!
Very nice fingertip towel with cross-stitched colonial couple – he appears to be proposing! Towel measures 8 ¼” x 15 ½” and is in excellent condition!
Another embroidered souvenir hanky – this one is for the state of Minnesota! It’s a little different with the cities printed instead of embroidered. Hanky measures 10 ½” x 11”.
This is a neat Washington, D.C. souvenir hanky – it’s embroidered! Measures 10 ¼” x 10 ¼”.
This is an unusual hanky – it depicts Native Americans! Measures 12 ¼” x 12 ¼”.
Another very nice souvenir handkerchief! This one is for the state of Washingtonis a Franshaw production, and measures 13 ¼ x 13 ½”.