I was up in British Columbia a while back, and stopped in the charming little town of Fort Langley. There is a wonderful Vintage Mall there, where these pictures were taken. What's funny is, when I was going through them today I noticed this BOWTIE quilt. I saw it, but the pattern didn't register at the time. It "ties" in well (pun intended), with my last blog post don't ya think?
More nooks and crannies. . . and peeks into the past.
Glass coffee and tea pots! Something else you don't see anymore.
After that I wandered down the street and came upon another treasure: The Little White House. It was filled with beautiful French-inspired furnishings, accessories and clothing. At one end (left), was a teeny-tiny Cafe Salon designed for a leisurely nibble. Quite enchanting! If you find yourself in the area, you must stop by.
Unrelated: Just a quick note to tell you that the Turkey Feathers Thrift Shop (with older and vintage sewing patterns), is open for business once again. October is here, and what better way to celebrate than with a SALE! Just enter coupon code: SEWGOOD25 to receive a 25% discount on your purchase.