Irene and I grabbed the last bit of my time in Kentucky and headed to the Crazy Daisy antique mall in Louisville, close to the airport.
Why not? We had time to spare, and anything I might want to purchase that couldn’t fly with me could easily ride down to Tennessee in her car when she comes to see me in a couple of weeks.
We were women on a mission! Looking for machines, sewing items, vintage glassware, and of course QUILTS!
And so much more fun if we tried on hats, laughed at ridiculous things like the stand up fat jiggling belt machine!
Not the actual machine!
But seeing these in the antique mall just had us giggling. Don’t you think they should have one plugged in so we can all give it a go?
Women at the gym?! So funny!
While the claims of weight loss magic may have been somewhat dubious, surely the soothing vibrating massage must have generated some positive results in relaxation and holistic well-being.
Yet the stand up fat jiggling belt machine has been missing from gyms for years now.
Holy Moly!! Hahahaha!
The most FUN part of any antiquing jaunt is finding the weirdest thing in the antique mall. This one took the cake. I laughed my way home all the way to North Carolina.
Lovely 9 patch on point!
Such fun fabrics!
A great hexagon with a chevron look!
Close up of 1800s fabrics
A bright and brilliant rolling star!
Fun 1950s vintage fabrics!
Always love an improved 9 patch!
6 pointed stars in hexagons!
Check out the shirting stripes!
Lovely 1930s flower garden
Very nicely hand quilted!
Oooh! I like this one!
Check out THESE fabrics!
Now this is bold and bright!
Now THIS is interesting!
Very interesting pieced block.
I think this is called Strawberry?
Someone put a crazy piececd circle in the center!
Such a great day, still laughing about the jiggle belt machine!
I’m on my way to Atlanta this morning with some plans for some more antiquing stops along the way. I’ll be looking for all kinds of fun things….I wonder what the next weird thing will be? LOL!
Quiltville Quote of the Day!
I have always loved this quote. We should always be trying to become the best version of our own selves.
Antique princess feather quilt found in Glendale, Kentucky last week.
And I’m off! Catch you from Atlanta ---