Monday, October 27, 2014


With nicknames like Penny Pinching Pat, Dollar Saving Dorothy and Bargain Betty, I come from a long life of economical shoppers.  Finding a good sale excites us.  Good Will is one of our favorite stores and second hand stores are our friends. 

While at the last Homespun Gathering, some of the stitchers were talking about Miss Lucille's.  As they disclosed their finds (treasures) and the number of hours needed to adequately shop at Miss Lucille's, I thought it was worth checking out.  WOW!  I have been missing out.

Miss Lucille's is a combination of a consignment shop, antique store, shabby chic, and repurposed furniture.  52,000 square feet of pure shopping enjoyment:  a little something for everyone.  There is even a café, a place to rest your dogs and have a cup of tea.  The merchandise is ever changing which makes it all the more interesting.

I'll be back Miss Lucille's to shop for hidden treasures.


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  2. I am not sure what the first comment has to do with Betty's awesome finds, but I'm sure God would approve the waste not want not approach, way to go Betty

  3. I love your finds! They are fantastic!

  4. Wonderful finds ~ I really love the pig cutting boards ~ something I've started to collect myself!
    Prim Blessings

  5. Sounds like my kind of place! What great treasures you brought home :)

  6. What a great find! I love all the treasures you found!

  7. Thrift shops are by far my favorite places to browse and to shop.