Friday, June 16, 2017

Antique Goods ~

Welcome needlefolk friends 
and happy Friday!

This past week has been extremely 
hot & humid...yuk!

The gnats are so bad this summer that
I'm not enjoying my evening walks...back to 
my faithful old treadmill!


Antique Goods Blog Sale ~

I've gathered together a few items from my Farm Shop 
to have a little Antique Blog Sale for the needlefolk
that live to far away to visit the shop!

This gathering of goods will only be for
sale here on my blog...NO EBAY...NO ETSY!

Terms will be very simple ~

~ email me at 
if you are interested in purchasing an item

~ Payment options are a PayPal invoice (email address needed) OR 
~ Credit me at (608) 799~4418 with card number info
~ Packages will be shipped first class, tracking number provided

These antiques all come from my personal 
collection and are looking for good new homes!

Item No. 1...
Nice early primitive pinkeep spool holder...item No. 1

~ wood base 5" in diameter
~ pinkeep  3.75" in diameter
~ measures 5.75" high
Price ~ $43.00, plus $5.95 shipping SOLD

Item No. 2...
Early Primitive Spool Spindle...item No. 2

~ metal with 8 spindles
~ dark olive green velvet

~ measures 3.75" in diameter & 3" high
Price ~ $43.00, plus $4.95 shipping

Item No. 3...
World's Exposition 1893 Shoe Pinkeep...item No. 3

~ Chicago, Illinois 1893
~ measures 4.5" long by 1.5" high

~ great overall metal patina
~ old gold velvet, worn nap & nicely faded with age 
Price $43.00, plus $4.95 shipping

Item No. 4...
Old Weaving Spindle Ink Pen...item No. 4~

~ nice old blue paint
~ measures 9" long
~ come with a red ink cartridge
~ ink cartridges are replaced through the writing tip end
(simply pull out old one & replace)
Price $8.95, plus $2.61 shipping

Item No. 5...
Wonderful Early Hand Broom...item No. 5

~ nicely wrapped handle with old fabric end

~ measures 14" long by 6" wide
Price $32.00, plus $3.95 shipping  SOLD

Hope you enjoyed my first antique blog sale!


Peonies are just about done blooming...
Sure wish you could smell them through
the computer!


Look what crossed my path on my
way home this morning...

This twisty curvy country road is called
Swamp Road, as I came around one of the 
tight curves...this confused looking deer was 
just standing in the middle of the road!

She looked at me, then did a little dance for me
by turning in circles a few times, then
continued to just look at me!

I finally rolled my window down a 
told her to get back into the woods where
it's safe...she finally ran!


This past week we were on a country 
drive in Amish country...

This was so enchanting...a quaint village 
like cluster of individual shops!

Love the charming old shed at the entrance!

Each little building sold different things!

There was even an animal petting area by the barn!

Each building was painted a bright cheery color,
flower gardens, and a sitting area!


Sharing with you one of my 
favorite refreshments during these
hot humid summer days...

Sparkling water with freshly cut mint & squeezed
lime in a fancy old glass, feels like a guilty
pleasure, but it's not...Zero Calories!





Weekend Soul Food...

"But whosoever drinketh of the water 
that I shall give him shall never thirst;
but the water that I shall give him shall be in him
a well of water springing up into everlasting life."

John 4:14...kjv


Wishing you a happy and cool 
Father's Day weekend,

Kindly, Tammy


  1. The little village of Amish shops looks so cute relaxing.
    Mmmmm, that drink looks so refreshing, it's been really hot the last week.

  2. llove the pictures of the Amish village. So picturesque.
    If I lived near you I would be loving the pinkeep/ spoolholder. Always enjoy pictures of your Antique tools.

  3. Down A Country Road looks so very, very inviting and wonderful!