There were several copies of the American Quilt Study Group's annual journal, Uncoverings, for a $1 each.
And who can resist felted wool for a song? These bundles of multiple 10" x 20" cuts were $1 each. I also bought some in chestnut brown, vibrant red, and gorgeous green.
I love vintage seam binding, which I use to package my pincushion orders. I found these three rolls of 100 yards per roll for just 25 cents for all three! I often find these at garage sales because people don't really value them at that much. You can usually find whole bags of them for a $1 or less around here.
Because I like to share the wealth, I am giving away a copy of one of the Uncoverings that I found at the sale. This copy has some lovely color and black-and-white photos of antique quilts, plus lots of intriguing quilt history on the Circuit Rider's quilt, gift quilts by Antebellum women, and quilts for President McKinley (made from campaign ribbons). If you're interested, leave me a comment telling me your favorite quilt history topic. This giveaway ends at noon central time this coming Saturday, Sept. 1. This is just a quick giveaway! I will draw a name later that day and announce the winner, who will have 24 hours to reply to me with their contact info. If not, I'll draw another name. Oh, and you do not have to be an official follower to enter. International entries welcome.