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For Lauree. I will totally make you a new one if the wonky wallpaper and seams aren't going to mesh with the rest of the blocks. The colours are More subdued in person.

 

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Hornsea and Catherineholm

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Actual shot of my living room - still missing some deco on walls...

 

And her name is "Perfect Blue Catherineholm". Oh how I love her! ; )

my beating heart...

 

wall embroidery picked up at fleamarket on sunday...

 

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I have a pattern in the paper piecing issue of Fat Quarterly, which went on sale today! I hope someone likes it enough to make one!

 

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I drafted a paper pieced pattern to mimic the lines of the catherineholm tea kettle in my new screen printed design.

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That's what I said to myself when I saw the Catherineholm casserole for $3 today. I also picked up the two tupperware cups on the same outing. The bowl was a $2 buy from the Wagon Wheel in Florida.

I drafted a paper pieced pattern to mimic the lines of the catherineholm tea kettle in my new screen printed design.

Blogged duringquiettime.blogspot.com/2011/07/pink-lemonade.html

Day 24: Big bowl, small bowl.

Found on craigslist--a little wilson's and brown magic marker and it's pretty sweet.

I found the CatherineHolm bowl at my favorite shop in Ada, OK. I put down a Brownie camera because the price tag was a little more than I wanted to spend but went back for it the next day only to find them closed early. However, I found an even better Duaflex for less than half the price on the way home the day after that. Patience is a virtue!

Another Cathrineholm print , I had the kettle illustration done for a long time, as I´m having lot of Tea posters I made this one coffee themed. Vivat Cathrineholm.

 

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Want red and black. Will Trade.

Scandinavian style inspired print

My first non-pyrex purchase since the $9.00 Kate Spade purse. Gotta Love the Salvation Army!

I was very excited to buy these bowls for $4.00. I looked them up on Flickr to get the name but I don't know anything else about them. I'll have to google it later.

photographed with Jupiter 9 m42 lens on 5D

Collection of Cathrineholm coffee and tea pots (lower) and chaffing/fondue pots.

this bowl was a gift from amanda soule about a year ago. it's still my favorite. especially with lemons.

my three catherine holm pieces in the kitchen.

Part of my collection of Cathrineholm kitchenware. I found most of the pieces on eBay.

I need to clean them up a bit and take a better photo. In the meantime I wanna say, "Goodwill Manager, I love you!" Thanks for noticing them in my cart and pricing them at $1.99!

from my sister for my birthday. thank you, stephanie!!

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Picked up this Catherineholm lotus bowl at an antique store today. It certainly wasn't thrifty price, but it's a large one (9.5" diameter) so in all honestly was probably slightly underpriced for it's size. It had a lot of gray marks on it, but a good soak in soapy/baking soda water and a green scotch pad and they're almost all gone!

 

At this point in my collecting, I'd rather pay a little more for Catherineholm or Dansk since there aren't too many Pyrex pieces I'm still looking for. I love this bowl! :)

Rorstrand Tango pattern inspired poster I made

For no particular reason...I am trying to collect 100 vintage 70's mugs within 100 days. I like giving myself weird goals to achieve.

I found both of these sets on eBay. I paid $125 for the orange set with the wooden holder (not shown). The person selling the greenish/yellow set had no idea what they were selling, so I got the whole set for $8.95!

$1.99 and $.99, not bad, eh? The enamel is in good shape, just need to do a little steel wool around the rim

love poster inspired by great Stig Lindbergs Bersa pattern

7 and 1/2" by 8" acrylic painting on gessoed masonite.

I found this little enamel bowl in a thrift store. I was curious about it and discovered (googling) that it is really collectible these days. It's the product of a famous mid century modern danish designer. I love to paint objects that have a history, and plums.

 

Vintage Pyrex, Vintage Finel Bowl, Catherineholm bowl, and Lindt Stymeist Dot mugs!

I drafted a paper pieced pattern to mimic the lines of the catherineholm tea kettle in my new screen printed design.

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I've been meaning to get a shot of these for a couple (5!?) months now.

 

Explored Nov. 15th, 2007 #420

Another poster I did inspired by great mid century design.

 

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