I have failed.
I mean, I always had a couple of pieces. They're just so useful, and so cute. One might even say I had the beginnings of a collection, with some really nice, early pieces from the 1930s, along with some fridgies I bought to replace my plastic containers.
See how easy this is to rationalize?
I even got a bit of an education over at the wonderful Pyrex Collective sites on which patterns are the most desirable and which ones appealed to me. And we all know that a little education is a dangerous thing!
So I did a bit of thrifting over the Easter holidays last week and scored a couple items in what will probably become "my" patterns, Butterprint and Pink Gooseberry. I'm going to have to limit it to those or I will soon run out of cabinet space.
So enter my first pink gooseberry, a 1 pt. casserole with lid, for $1.25:
And the next day I found the large Butterprint Cinderella bowl at Goodwill for $2.97. It's in perfect shape...sigh...please someone tell my husband that left to its own devices, Pyrex mulitplies on its own...;)