Yesterday was our annual trip to the Flea Market at the Alameda Pointe Antiques Faire on the island of Alameda in San Francisco Bay. From vintage to industrial.....they have it.
There are over 800 vendors. It's exhausting! We walked for miles....and miles.....and miles.
There are many booths with vintage linens.
Vintage quilt blocks.
Who would want to buy old toilet floats?
We lost track of how many mannequins we saw for sale.
This was a cute booth and the old Singer machine was in good shape. I saw lots of Featherweights too.
I loved this light made out of chicken feeders and I thought it would look great at the cabin. But $600.00!!!! Mr. Joe can make one for me as soon as we find all the parts and pieces. Now we are on the hunt for chicken feeders. We already have the horse apparatus. Hey Nancy, from Nancie Anne Quilts in Idaho, do have any chicken feeders in your barn that you would like to sell? Does anyone out there in blogland have chicken feeders like these?
I thought the quilts were rather pricey.
Great colors in this quilt.
From stop lights to quilts to bird feeders, this booth had it all.
We could see the fog and the skyline of San Francisco while we walked.
I should have bought this sign and put it over the door to my sewing room.
I overheard the words "mid-century" over and over again. Didn't those sweet, little, trendy girlie girls know that I was born in the Mid-Century! I'm a walking billboard flashing the words mid-century, mid-century. I felt like saying, "Honey, come on over to my house if you want to see mid-century!"
What did I buy you're wondering? Not a thing except for a sandwich. I think the bread was made in the mid-century!