Welcome back to another Thrifty Finds post! These deals are all from the past 2 weeks.
My biggest find from this week was this grill! My family uses our grill at least 4 days a week, so it’s an extremely valuable item for us. Our old grill was on its last leg and we needed a “new” one to get us through winter, at least. I found this one on an online yard sale site for $20! It looks like it was only used once and came with a filled propane tank. I gave it to my mom as a Birthday present since she’s the griller in the family.
I apologize for the Pyrex pictures above, they were the ones sent to me from the seller and I never got a chance to take new pictures when I was home last weekend! I found these 3 bowls (and a box of other glasses/bowls) for just $5! It was a lady that works near my mom. I love the Turquoise Butterprint and I’m already halfway done the cinderella bowl set! All I need is the baby bowl and biggest bowl. The orange Autumn Harvest has Thanksgiving written all over it!
I scored these two Pyrex bowls from the flea market last weekend for $3 each! It’s more than I like to spend on a bowl, but these are to the Primary set which every Pyrex collector NEEDS to have. I’m hoping I can finish the set (the red and blue bowl) at a thrifty price as well. I could not believe my eyes when I came across this seller’s lot at the flea market. It was ALL Pyrex. He had a blanket with Pyrex all over it and a box full as well. Everything was $3 a piece, but unfortunately all the pieces were common, lidless, and/or not in great condition. I was happy finding half of my Primary set though; they are common, but I’ve had the hardest time finding them. The man said he was clearing out one of his rental houses. Apparently the people were Pyrex hoarders :0
Lastly, Michael and I went to Value Village on 25% off day. Unfortunately, all the Pyrex was gone. I did score a jelly jar for $0.37. While browsing the craft section, I found this ENORMOUS roll of yarn sitting on top the shelf. I figured it would be really expensive, but Michael checked anyway. It was $7.99, so just $6 after my 25% off! If you buy yarn regularly, you know that $6 for a million pounds of yarn (well, it felt like a million pounds as I carried it home) is a great price. I took the chance and bought it, hoping it was 100% wool for Wool Dryer Balls.
Have any questions or comments? Did you thrift anything this week? Let’s chat