Thursday, June 12, 2008

Show Me Wednesdays - Suitcases


I started buying old suitcases a few years ago as I needed storage room.
The train case holds sewing supplies;
The green case holds wool felt
The bottom case holds fabric.

The overnight suitcase holds cutter quilt pieces (from damaged quilts).

Middle suitcase holds more Fabric.

The bottom case holds my wedding dress and an old quilt.

http://hazelruthes.blogspot.com/ for more collections.

8 comments:

Sandra said...

Hi Judy
I tried to post but did it wrong...so hope this works..Thanks for the kind words..Love your suitcases...I collect those also...LOL
Cath's Show Me Wednesday are a hoot. Hope to see you there again.
I will be adding your blog link to my lists. Keep blogging !
Takecare

Cathy said...

What a fun thing to collect and a great way to store things! Would be great to hide a chocolate stash in too! LOL! I'm glad to see you!

Cathy :)

Shelley said...

Love your vintage suitcases. I have a few myself,and they are wonderful for storage.

Blessings,Shelley

Myrna said...

Hi Judy!
Thanks for visiting! I'm new to blogging myself..just started a month ago. I love your blog...I have a large collection of postcards..mostly from my husbands grandmother..she save everything. It's nice to meet someone who appreciates vintage postcards.
Do you live near Sacramento? (You can email me with more details if you'd like) I'd love to get to know you!
Blessings!
Myrna

Barbara said...

Love this. I'd love to find an old suitcase to house dress up clothes for the kid's someday. Such a lovely way to store treasures.

Kathleen from Yesteryear Embroideries said...

Hi Judy, I just love old suitcases and what a great idea for storing fabric!! Have a wonderful weekend, blessings, Kathleen

Miss Sandy said...

I love this organizing idea too! I have one that I have filled with vintage ephemera and a whole stack that hold my vintage linen collection.

katydiddy said...

I like your suitcase pictures too! Thanks for stopping by my blog. Yours is very cute!

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