Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Time for a family photo!

Hi PC3 SusieQT here from Practice in Time! Summer is half over, can you believe it? I have been busy on facebook lately, trading and talking about Pyrex. 

I have been culling my collection a bit, and trading away those pieces that don't fit in my scope. I have traded some good pieces for other good pieces- if both parties are happy, that is a good thing. I finally got my Butterprint 443 to complete the Cinderella set. I also got the last 501 fridgie (with lid!) to complete the refrigerator dish set. All the rest of those pieces were thrifted and I have been working on completing them for almost 2 years. Finally finishing them is a good feeling, and so it was time for a family photo! 

I still need 2 more regular mixing bowls to complete the set on the right, as well as all the lidded casseroles in the Butterprint pattern and I will have them all. So far the only ebay purchase was the butter dish, but I'm glad I bought that. Of course, the tea towel is from Fresh Pastry Stand on Etsy!

I also bought these Delphite items recently. I can't get enough of the blue milk glass and have never seen it in the wild, so they were ebay purchases. But I think I got a good deal on them, so I'm happy. The casserole didn't come with the lid or cradle, but I think I can find those easily enough. I love the look of these, especially with my most recent thrifted vintage tablecloth ($5 at SA!)

Stay tuned, I have more Pyrex on the way!


  1. Thanks for posting about the tea towel! I am offering a 25% off coupon until the end of July. The code is available on shop's FB page. Don't want to be too spammy by posting it in the comments here. XO

  2. I found a set of Delphite mixing bowls at Goodwill a couple of months ago. I think my pyrex luck for the year was sucked into that one set. lol


  3. I love my tea towels from Fresh Pastry Stand-they are so nice, I almost didn't want to use them-but decided I could always buy more :) Very pretty collection of Butterprint, it is one of my favorites.