Since our sweet grandson is coming to visit in next week I have to prepare
things for his bed. We are borrowing a Pack & Play crib for him to sleep in.
I have saved all the sheets from when our children were babies. I don't know if
they will fit this portable crib but I think we can make do. The animal print quilt was
made for our daughter, Jennifer, by her Grammie. I don't even think most babies use
blankets on top nowadays as they have such warm sleepers but I thought it would
look cute in the bed.
I love the pastel animal prints on the baby sheets don't you? It was a nice sunny day to
get this laundry on the line and smelling fresh.
I have collected some vintage embroidered laundry bags. This one hangs in the bathroom.
I also have 2 sets of sock stretchers hanging there. These old cloth laundry bags
sure didn't hold much so I'm glad we have a nice wicker laundry basket today.
My laundry bag collection.
This one is embroidered and also painted.
This has appliqued clothes on the embroidered clothesline.
Such small stitches!
This poor girl is right on her knees washing on the river rocks!
I wonder why there were so many Dutch scenes for these laundry bags.
I am very glad I don't have to use one of these to iron my laundry!
We've come a long way haven't we?
I'll be thinking of my friends in blogland who may be affected by
Hurricane Irene. I hope you are prepared and will be safe.
We will get some wind and a lot of rain here I expect.
I'll fill some buckets with water to flush the toilets incase the power goes out.
Today I'm linking with
Debra's Vintage Inspiration Friday
Have a safe and blessed weekend!