Thursday, November 12, 2009

Turquoise Jug


I wanted one of these! Great vintage turquoise and it all comes apart for cleaning and so you can admire the blown-glass insulated vacuum insides. Thank you, thrift store.

12 comments:

Lisateresa said...

Comes apart for cleaning? Excellent.

Farrah said...

I like your carafe! I notice that you have pomegranates in the picture. Would you mind sharing what you do with them? Do you juice them or eat them raw?

Maggie May said...

i love turquoise- i just painted my bathroom that very color :)

Hana said...

Is that a thermos? If it were, it's the loveliest thermos I've ever seen! If it's not, it's one of the loveliest jugs I've ever seen.

Julie said...

I love it!

Vickie said...

You have the best thrift stores in your area! What a terrific find.

Mac an Rothaich said...

I adore Turquoise:) Very nice.

mehalko said...

Hi. I have a sweater/laundry question after your last post. Thank you for sharing your creativity with clothing. It's very inspiring. My question is about drying sweaters. I use a clothesline exclusively and when putting sweaters on the line, they get stretched out. I've tried laying them out and shaping them, but then they look all wrinkled and need ironing. I don't mind ironing, but they just do not look the same as before. I have several sweaters and only one or two are acrylic. Some are wool, but mostly I have cotton. Do you have any suggestions for me? I have considered "borrowing" a firend's dryer for drying the sweaters, but that seems silly. Thanks for your time and assistance. Denise

...they call me mommy... said...

How neat...! :)

Anna said...

Denise, I sometimes dry my cotton sweaters if I don't mind a little shrinkage. Otherwise, and always for wool, I lay flat to dry and then press lightly or steam with the iron if they need it afterwards. Not looking the same is just the price you pay for not dry-cleaning, in my experience. I don't mind paying it for the cleanliness and thriftiness of skipping the dry cleaner!

Caroline said...

Beautiful! ...And I see yummy pomegranties in the background. Pomegranite season is my favorite season of all. :)

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