I love to
Really I do. . .
I learned to iron at a very young age. . .
Back when we didn't have starch in a spray can
Nor did we have spray bottles full of water. .
Or nice irons that produced steam
Back when I was young. . . we dampened our
washed cloths with a "sprinkling bottle"
(I guess that is what they were called)
Then we would "roll" the clothes and put them in a bag.
We always washed on Monday's and when I married
I kept that day as Wash Day. . So
Tuesday is Ironing Day!
Today that is what I did. . .Iron
I ironed my clothes and then I ironed some
Pillow Cases. . .
I will stack these gently on the linen shelf
They will be nice and crisp when I put them on my bed
Just a little life pleasure, fresh crisp ironed pillow cases.
This pillow case I found at the DI. . $1.
(have you seen the outrageous cost of bedding at department stores?)
I am so happy when I find something at the discount stores
And even better at DI
I love the beautiful detail and embroidery work. .
I found these lovely pillow cases at a yard sale for $2.
No, I don't iron sheets. . . Although I use to. .
But now, I don't iron them . . .oh, unless they are wrinkled.
I love a beautifully made bed.
And I am a little "different" with the sheets I have on my bed.
I like a plain colored sheet on the bottom and
A printed sheet on the top. . .
(I know, it is just a little quirk I have!)
Most printed sheets come in a package with the bottom and the top
So, I buy a plain bottom and then I look in DI for a
Nice printed top sheet. . .Found this one the other day. .$1.
I just have this last table cloth to iron and then I am done.
I can't wait to show you this one. . .I got it at a yard sale.
Oh, And it is Vintage!
Well, how about you. . Do you like to Iron?
And do you like a particular type of sheet?
I know I am not the only one with quirky ways. . (?)
I am going to link this with
Come back again. . .K