Monday, January 22, 2018

Vintage linens for sale

Some pictures so that someday I can look back and say "oh, WHY did I sell that?"  Also I think it's fun to see what other people are selling on Ebay, it gives me ideas of things to look for when I'm out second-hand shopping.  These are just a handful of the things currently listed.  Clicking on any of the captions will take you to the auction.











There are over 50 things listed currently; mostly linens, feedsacks, fabrics and video games.  A handful of books.  If you're curious you can click here to see everything I have for sale.  Vintage fabrics and linens have been good to me over the years and are relatively easy to come by living in a rural area.  They're also easy to ship. If you do any selling  on Ebay or Etsy it's a good niche to look into.

Does anyone sell on Ebay or Etsy?  I know a couple people reading this do.  Please comment with a link!  I'd love to see what you're up to.


P.S.  The hatchery is sending me a sexed pair of geese as replacements.  I chose to get those two and a refund for the third.  I wonder how long I can keep all 5 before anyone notices? Just kidding, sort of.

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  1. Hey there, I'm an Ebay seller too! Took over a year but up to 400 listings. Such a great way to supplement our poor farm. I also love (and then miss) selling vintage linens and vintage clothing. Basically I just love Ebay. Going to check out your stuff right now!!

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    1. Donna! Your seller name??? Free advertising!

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  2. Lovely linens. Tiny, tiny, tiny (OK, huge) vintage linen habit here (8 crates of vintage curtains, tablecloths, napkins, blankets, quilts, tea towels, aprons, you name it). Must list own stuff. Must not click on Cottontail links... Oh dear. Resistance is useless. Am loving your tablecloths. xR

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    1. Oh, this sounds familiar :) and you can fit quite a bit in those storage crates too. They're so pretty it really is a habit that sneaks up on you.

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