Friday, April 11, 2008

Show and Tell

Do you remember card table cloths? The small square table cloths used to cover your ugly card table. They won't actually cover a card table anymore because the tables are much bigger and nicer looking than they used to be. These three were my Mom's, at least the red and blue ones were. I remember them at our house but I don't remember the white one. It could have been my Grandma's or the best one that was saved for special occasions and never used. I love the little house on this one.
I think this daisy one is my favorite. I don't have blue or red in my house anymore so I haven't used them in a long time but you never know when you might need to dress up a card table. If you would like to join Friday Show and Tell or just visit the blogs involved this week, go to Kelli's House.


Simply Heart And Home said...


I remember those card tablecloths! My mother belonged to a bridge club and she would host it a few times a year. She would pull out all her lovely tablecloths. Yours are lovely especially the little house one!


Susan said...

Yes, I remember the card table clothes. Yours are really lovely!

Hootin' Anni said...

Amazing, yest I DO remember card tables. They were used at our home when I grew up for holidays and big family get-togethers. I LOVE the embroideried house.

Mine's shared too, I hope to see you drop by if you haven't already. I'd love to have you for company.

Constance said...

They may be too small but you could always lay them Diamond-like over a solid colored one that you have placed over it. Thanks for sharing!

Susie said...

I remember Mom using card tablecloths. I must have some put away somewhere too! Love the little house in the corner..

Amy ~ (Life's Small Treasures) said...

Very pretty! This is the first time I have ever heard of card table tablecloths. Thanks for sharing

nancy said...

I don't remember them. But, you know, I don't think my mother ever had a card table in our home! I grew up in the 50's.

Heidi Pocketbook said...

I never saw these until the mid-eighties when my favorite aunt gave me a couple of them along with her card table and chairs (her health was failing and she was moving from her large home to a small apartment). She was a big entertainer and had lots of bridge parties. Mine look to be from the forties or fifties.

The Apron Queen said...

Late making my rounds. Awesome show & tell. Stop by for a plate of Just Peachy Cobbler.

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