It has been a long time between op shop visits. Most of them shut
over Christmas and a visit to the oppie with the kids is nowhere near as
enjoyable as the solo experience. I decided to drop into an oppie that
is barnlike with stroppy volunteers but has the occasional treasure.
Compared to the happy chats with the ladies at my favourite oppie on my
corner (who also put things aside for me) it is quite a terse
Today I found the Singer Sewing Book, first edition from 1969. The cover alone would have drawn me to it but the tips and illustrations are gorgeous. My other find was something I have not seen before - a Shred Master. Made in Italy, it is a manual food processor with lots of attachments and a suction cup mechanism that holds it firmly to the bench top. Two treasures that are both useful and beautiful.