Chicago Antique Market

The last saturday of the month May through October the Chicago Antique Market takes place about 5 blocks west of us. Nina and I went and found some cool stuff. There was some awesome metal cabinetry. I would love to have this.
met+cab1 Chicago Antique Market
One of these tin ceiling tile mirrors would look great in my downstairs bathroom.
mirrors Chicago Antique Market
I love the nesting chicken boxes and little metal hen house. I kept trying to think of a logical reason I should own these.
chick+coop Chicago Antique Market
I did have to buy this graphic tea towel.
tea+towel Chicago Antique Market
This Frieda green apron with smocking was irresistible. Especially when all the vintage waist aprons were going for $5 each.
gr+apron Chicago Antique Market
This flower print apron I could not pass up with the ric-rac and little ruffle inset bottom center. I just saw a vintage apron pattern for this exact design.
flwr+apron Chicago Antique Market
This brown gingham I thought was interesting because it is not sewn together with anything but the pearl cotton cross hatching.
br+apron Chicago Antique Market
The edges are turned under and the brown squares are cross hatched to secure Chicago Antique Market
It looks like who ever made it , did not get a chance to finish it. All the strings were loose at the center of the waist band. So I machine stitched two rows of stitching to catch all the threads and pulled them to the back and snipped them.
br+apron+fix Chicago Antique Market
All set to bake some cookies.

2 Responses to “Chicago Antique Market”

  1. Frieda says:

    I love the aprons.

  2. Deb Silva says:

    ahhhh!!!!! why didn’t you buy me the big metal cabinet – it would have only been about $500 to ship – lol
    way cool aprons baby!

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