Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Sew Much Fun

Create Every Day - something I read on someone else's blog. Today I found this gizmo at my local thrift store. (I don't even own a Pfaff machine)
This is what it looks like out of the box. It is called a 'ruffler', and that is exactly what it makes. (by the way, it fits on my machine)

I took some vintage streamer ($.50) and made yards and yards of ruffles. I was giggling and laughing out loud. Who would have thought you could have so much fun for $2.50!
Now, what do you do with crepe paper ruffles?



Well, I started my first multi-media collage using my One Little Word 2010 **PEACE**
Coffee dyed Dollar Store flower, vintage dictionary page.

I'm on my way!

13 comments:

raggygirlvintage said...

Hi Lady Pamela,

Thanks for stopping by my blog today and for your kind message.

The large pitcher is from Winners, the medium size one my Mom bought me at Marshalls when we were in the States, and the teeny creamer was a thrift store find, I think I paid 50cents and it's one of my all time favourites! I have just a little weakness for pitchers and bowls! I do like Homesense but enjoy a bargain find that much more!

Your ruffler looks like so much fun, good for you for working it out. I always see sewing attachments in thrift stores but never know if they would actually work! I love to sew and haven't done much for a while so I'm just itching to get going again.

Anyway, enjoy your ruffling and blessings to you:-)

Tracey

Cynthia K. said...

Hi Lady Pamela ~ What a great White Wed. post. What a great find this ruffler was for you!! Sounds like you really enjoyed it and wanted to ruffle everything in sight!

I think your newest collage is simply gorgeous!! Really, really lovely. Your word used here reminds me of this old song, do you know it? "Peace like a river
floods over my soul..."

Hope you had a peaceful and blessed
Resurrection Day...

Cynthia K. (Beauty and Blessings)

P.S. Your new background is stunning...

BellaRosa said...

Lady Pamela amor, I was laughing reading about you laughing while making your pretty ruffles :) Now I am going to be on the look out for one of those lil thingies :) Your new collage is just beautiful! And your new blog look is just gorgeous! Have a lovely week! Besos, Rose

Kiki said...

Super beautiful..charming post! Lovely!
kiki~

Cindy Geilmann said...

I truely love you vintage ruffler. Make a pillow, make a bag, make a skirt, make a lamp shade. I am loving you art project though, when can I see the finished product?

Hugs
come visit
cindy@stitches

Mary Beth @ Live. Laugh. Make Something said...

absolutely charming ruffled crepe paper! I love your college! My word is bliss... and I'm certainly finding it! yay! Hope to see you back at my place. I have become a follower and hope that you will do the same. until later...

Allison Shops said...

I really like your ruffle idea!

I hope you'll drop by AtticMag this week for our Giveaway!

Allison

debi said...

ooooooh! What a fun new toy!
Your collage is going to be beautiful!

Razmataz said...

Pamela, That is a wonderful gadget. Li at Creamy Whites ahs been doing great things with ruffles latley and has got be going on them. I love your art piece. You are a very cool grandma!

junkdreams said...

I have been dying to try some of that ruffling as well, but had no idea you could get an attachment for the sewing machine....your project is gorgeous Pamela!
xojanis

Michelle said...

Hi Lady P,
Im so glad to be back!I've missed you! I love the gathered crepe paper!I hope you'll stop by for a visit soon!
XoXo
Michelle

blumensnapdragon said...

Lady Pamela-
That was pure luck finding that ruffler and so smart for knowing what to do with it. I think I would have been so tickled that I would have ruffled the entire roll (or did you?)Have fun with it. What are the odds of finding another one? :)

Dorthe said...

Hi, I came from Karen,she makes beautifull work-helped me ,too.
wants to tell you ,that I love what you are doing,-beautifull ruffles,and the way you used them.
Dorthe

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