The Farmer's Daughter
Oh yes, I did.
One side naughty: yep, yep. That is indeed a Crimson Lace French Brassiere.
No piece of this lovely gone
to waste and double pockets.
One side nice: Vintage embroiderd
tea towel with flower garland
and sweet floral calicos
complete the farm girl motif.
The vintage label reads:
Cultivated to your taste
PRODUCE OF U.S.A.
Soft lavender, teal, peach and mint combine for a prickly picture of a cacti garden.The white Battenberg lace provides a cool contrast to the pastel spikes. Pocket posies are silk trim.
Reverse highlights embroidered florals on lavender posey ground.
Someone's in the Kitchen with Julia...
it could be you!
And what is she doing with that huge wooden spoon?
Vintage (but unused)
French kitchen kurtain kotton pairs nicely with silk
embroidered linen, floral trim.
The "Kitchen Queen" on reverse with Battenburg lace. Coffee beans and titles abound through the coffee-colored cottons.
When in Rome...
An original from my
Naughty and Nice
Black and purple lace
the stage for the
leaning tower of Pisa.
The reverse side offers generous portions of
intensified by a linen
embroidery of the
symbol of peace.
Things are heating up in the kitchen...