So many of you have shared your vintage linens in past weeks. You inspired me to sort through my cedar chest and I rediscovered some wonderful pieces including this lovely tablecloth.
I decided I would keep this piece out and enjoy it. After doing some intense cleaning in my kitchen, I put this tablecloth up as a window treatment. My kitchen desperately needs a "take it to the studs" renovation, but adding this fabric has made it a bit more homey.
Before I hung the tablecloth up over the window, I used it as a backdrop for some things I pulled out of the Hoosier cabinet to share with you this week.
This is a Fire King grease bowl with lid. I keep my "egg" money in it.
These spice jars are also displayed in the Hoosier.
The all white one has a solid lid, but the other three have sprinkle tops, since they are salt and peppers. My dear neighbor, Ann, has the entire set of the spice jars with the windmills including the rack which she has had since she "started keeping house" in the late 40s/early 50s. Every time I visit I have to take a look at them. Oh my!
Time for me to scoot on over to Suzanne's to see what all my friends are sharing this week. Join me!