A quick suburb guide. Thursday saw me at Abbotsford Salvo's (very quick look as I need to find the loo, and they told me Hoddle St was the closest!), Richmond Salvo's and Nth Melbourne (just opened! On Errol St). Then Friday was Altona Salvo's, then Hoppers Crossing, which I can't believe is in the cul de sac next to the Vinnies, and I've never seen it. I have decided to only hit Salvo's at the moment, the quality off their stuff is better, even if their prices are a bit higher- oh, well, you get what you pay for, I suppose!
Altona gave me a great set of books. I love Jodi Picoult, and nearly have all of hers now.
Ted Baker shorts
Three vests, which I wear over a top or shirt to work. The beige one is brand new (Dotti) brand, the green Cue knitwear!
Jigsaw brand silk and angora sweater
More tees for embellishing and selling (eventually!)
Patterns, and the friendship bracelet pack! It originally have threads, but the book has the patterns, which Little Miss and I like. I used to make them at school, and have started making them for her now. Hoppers Xing had the biggest stash of patterns and magazines, awesome!
Books and puzzles, and Little Misses favourite, a stencil book. She's right into them at the moment, hours of entertainment. Remember The Munch Bunch? I do, they are really cool!
A gorgeous cot sheet, $5, right up my alley with the boys quilts happening at the moment.
Two single flat sheets, $5 each. Are they crazy? They are worth less than a cot sheet? Not to the vintage connoisseur! Aren't they amazing? What to make first!! (Probably something for Little Miss Holly Hobbie)
There are more clothes shots, I'll give you a break for now!! I'm off to the market this morning, maybe hitting some on the way home ;).