About Taylor Barnhill

Taylor Barnhill has been working at WTVM News Leader Nine as photographer, editor and a reporter since September 2007. When she’s not chasing down stories, you can find her up to her elbows in any craft project. She started scrapbooking in high school, and since then has tried her hand at several other things including baking, crocheting and sewing. Over a year ago, Taylor started a blog to keep up with her crafting. You can keep up with whatever she’s working on at http://taylormadenews.typepad.com. Since Taylor refuses to pay full-price for anything, she loves thrift shopping — along with collecting vintage Pyrex, and playing with her chiweenie June Carter Cash.

4 Responses to About Taylor Barnhill

  1. nathan and susan saxon says:

    Hello I did aatnot know that pyrex was a collectible item. My susan will buy almost any pyrex that she see’s at a yard sale depending on if the price is right. I don’t believe that she has bought any pyrex because of the age of it. How do you tell the age of a particular piece of pyrex.

  2. nathan and susan saxon says:

    Hello I did not know that pyrex was a collectible item. My susan will buy almost any pyrex that she see’s at a yard sale depending on if the price is right. I don’t believe that she has bought any pyrex because of the age of it. How do you tell the age of a particular piece of pyrex.

  3. J. Williams says:

    I don’t know how to tell the age either, would like to know. After reading this, I found my pyrex from 41 years ago, that I received for my wedding. Now I’m interested. On the bottom it says Pyrex, ovenware, and made in USA.

  4. Another Pyrex fan?! That is so exciting! I don’t buy so much for the age, but for the pattern. I LOVE the turquoise and blue pieces. My favorite is called “Butterprint” and it has little farmers on it (silly, huh?) To know more about the patterns and the age of pieces I actually bought Barbara Mauzy’s book: http://cgi.ebay.com/PYREX-Barbara-E-Mauzy-Barbara-Mauzy-2008-Pape-/170621132457

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