When the hell did I turn into such an old lady? Do you know any young hip chicks that melt over a pile of beautiful old pillowcases? Just have a look at these colors! The embroidery! The crocheting!
I learned how to make pillowcase dresses for little girls last year. Some of these are headed to the sewing room. If I didn't drool so much at night, I would put the Sweet Dreams on my big pile of feathers!
Maybe I'll use the ones with the A embroidered on them. They still had a Christmas gift tag on them. They were made for Aimee. Aimee? Anna? Semantics!
This is a wonderful piece of chenille fabric. I have seen some really cute jackets made from old chenille bedspreads. Would that be too old-ladyish?
Damn Blogger got me again! Tilt your computer sideways and have a look at these sheets. My cousin had these when we were in elementary school. They were Born Free sheets! Remember the TV show and the song from the 70's?
As free as the wind blows
As free as the grass grows
La la la la la la la la la"
A box of sheets, about 8 fitted and 8 flats, was also included. I'll keep a few to back some quilts. The rest are going next door to Neighbor Terri's. She has two birds, Baby and Bart. In order to hush them up, she has to cover their cage with a sheet. They don't like this! Hence, they tear the sheets to shreds. If I didn't love the Born Free sheets so much, I'd send them over to see if the tigers intimidated the birds. I would bet not!