Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Latest Mission

Forties frocks, fair isle pullovers, seamed stockings, dashing RAF uniforms, evacuees, felt posies, foxy furs, coloured handled baskets.

Vintage thrifting, embroidered cloths, floral china, stripy shirts destined for patchwork, green metal tray, flower power linens.

Steam trains, fish 'n' chips, binding quilts, leafy walks, afternoon tea, friendly folk, greedy nut hatches, freezing nights, starry skies, coal fire burning.



Could return...

20 comments:

  1. Sounds like a fabulous mission!
    Victoria xx

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  2. Sounds hectic but fabulous and exciting x

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  3. Whitby fish and chips...just the very best. Sounds grand!

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  4. Oh the mystery of it all! Can't wait for you to flesh out this story with words and images. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  5. My neck of the woods, I can relate to a lot of those, especially the cold nights, hope you had a great time

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  6. Sounds like a wonderful vintage weekend
    Thea x

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  7. Sounds like you went where I went!! Please share your pics with us, Lucey x

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  8. What a treat! I love Whitby!

    Sounds fantastic my lovely. xx

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  9. I've just finished reading 4 or 5 of your previous post. They are so enjoyable to read!

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  10. Sounds great.... tell us more! x

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  11. Hi Hen,

    It was so lovely to see you all again at The Wartime Weekend... I've posted my blog and there's a fab photo of the three of you...please email me and I'll send it on or feel free to copy it from my blog. Hope you had a great rest of the week and found more vintage treasure.

    Take care and you all looked so well and fabulously decked out in 40's stylie!

    Cheryl-ann X

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  12. It was a wonderful event wasn't it?
    Love Helen

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  13. All sounds like a LOT of fun! Lizzie x

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  14. I love the way you three throw yourselves so whole-heartedly into these events, Hen. Not my bag, but I love to read about your day-trips and the photos are always brilliant!

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  15. Ah, wonderful Wartime Weekend. I was wishing I could have gone again this year.
    I'm sure you will have had a great time.
    Carol xx

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  16. Bet you had a great time. Look forward to seeing the pictures. xx

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