Thursday was the first day of a four-day sale so all items were full-price (25%, 50%, 75% reductions to follow). I was sure someone would scoop these up the first day so I bought 'em.
Mint-in-package souvenir. It's poly-cotton (alas) but I'm going to keep it in the wrapper anyway.
Another souvenir. This is a sarong -- 39 x 70.
The gold foil label says "Batik Asli / tjap / Daftar No. 71566 / Bibir Manis." (Tjap (pronounced "chop") is the stamp used to print batik designs.) Batik Asli is in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (It's also the name of a restaurant/hotel in the Netherlands Antilles.)
To read more about Indonesian batik sarongs: this article
I have other sarongs in my batik stash. I used one as a quilt back a few years ago. Some day I'll use the others.
[I'm counting the batik sarong as "fabric in." I'm not counting the Hawaiian sarong since that is an addition to my vintage textiles collection.]
Estate sales are a good source of office supplies, too. Partially-used legal pads, small and large. I couldn't resist the "Miss Steno" stenographer's notebook.