I got my lazy self up and drove to the thrift shop, about 5 miles away, and of course I stopped for gas. I customarily will fill up when I hit half a tank. My grandfather, who gave me my car, taught me that. Anyway, I went to the thrift shop and I was actually there for summer clothing. What did I leave with?
2 bags of fabric [little inconsistent fabric blends, fortunately, the ones that I bought the bags for had the most], 2 skirts [the white one, I think would look charming as a peplum mini skirt] and 4 pattern [a One Hour Dress Pattern, A hobo bag pattern, a pattern with like 6 shirts, and gathered skirt].
And it was all only eleven bucks. Oh, and I almost forgot, a pair of Xacto pinking shears. For one dollar. I snatched them up. In the end, I didn’t find anything that I thought would be useful for my clay-play. I found some really unpleasant feeling yarn, and even as cheap as it was, it wasn’t worth it. Summer clothing was a flop, but I got craft stuff. :3