antique-ing

Inspired

by Edie Wadsworth on April 14, 2013

 I’m sitting here in my maxi dress—which apparently I was too lazy to exchange for yoga pants today—with 3 day hair and not a stitch of make-up, watching the Masters with Stevie and barely able to hold my eyes open. I have not been worth a dime today, dear ones.  And by that I mean, […]

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The Making of a Craft Studio

by Edie Wadsworth on September 22, 2009

It is with great pleasure I give you: Studio 8 She had a sinewy mind, capable of violent enthusiasms and possessed a driving energy to make and do. Sometimes, it seemed as if the wrong soul had been placed inside that slight body, for she pushed herself to her limits and beyond, and was often […]

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Weekend Treasures

by Edie Wadsworth on September 20, 2009

The chair we found on our ‘thrifting’ excursion: $5 Our find of the year—a 1950′s glider: $20 A can of paint, 2 yards of cheap fabric and child labor: $25 (and a homeade milkshake) Having a perfect place to sew and knit and hearing your 7yo say, “When I grow up, I’m gonna be ONE […]

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I’m in love with the bust of DAVID

by Edie Wadsworth on June 12, 2009

This could well be my most prized antique store find EVER. I’ve had my eye on him for months. He was broken and poorly displayed with a raggedy-ole scarf tied around his neck, and with $20 still on the price tag. When my sister was here visiting last week, I had my daughter and my […]

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