At the same booth I also got 13 half yard cuts of the Judy Rothermel Civil War Dressing Gowns line for just over $30! And I got the other civil war shirting bundle at another booth for some great price which I can't remember now!
I found this adorable little quilt stand for a small (very small) quilt for $6 at another booth! Bought the last one they had! I have to find some small hangers yet for it. It has little hooks on it so maybe I'll sew some ribbon loops on the quilt to hang if from.
And my favorite useful fine - these Kai scissors. I know they sell this brand in Australia and a few years ago I begged my friend in AU to buy me a bigger pair with micro serated blades on them. They are my favorite scissors for cutting applique pieces. The micro serated blades keep the fabric from slipping and they cut exactly where you want it to. Well at Linda's house I found out that Linda and Jan each had a pair similar to the small ones but with yellow handles that are made by Omnigrid and Kai. (I think they said they found them at Michaels one time, they look like this.) I used them and they were as sharp and wonderful as you could want. So I told Jan to keep her eyes out for them. Well she came up with these for me! I was soooo happy I bought both pairs! They weren't "finds" because of price - but "finds" because I was sooooo HAPPY to find them! If you ever see them get a pair - you won't be dissapointed!
My funny purchase was the above magnestic pad of paper for my sister. I know she will get such a huge kick out of the 50's style lady with the saying on it! It really made me laugh.
Have you ever seen these? They have little metal trays, towels, pads of paper and such with June Cleaver type women and they hysterical sayings. Above are a few of my favorites.