Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Vintage Felt Patterns

Vintage felt found at the thrift store. It just oozes Doris Day.  Loads of jewels and glamour.  I can't wait to open it up and see what fun lies ahead.

This one is still in the package.  Its creamy and just perfect for my dining room.  Look at that gold fringe.

I found some of the packages with half done ornaments in them.  Well, I have to finish them.  Its only right.  They can't just sit there in the bag forever.

I grabbed them for the patterns and didn't even think to look inside to see if there was any felt or supplies.  The stitching is good and the colors are crisp.  

I do this all the time...I get so excited that I just put it in my basket and don't bother to look at it till I get home.  That's when I clean things up and file every thing away.  I don't have a good poker face, when I find good things I am a dead give away.  This way if I like it and I am in my studio and there is extra stuff in the bag, I let out a squeal.  These are just great.  I am still digging through the bags and sorting things out.  Sequins, felt, patterns and such.  

Happiness from the thrift store for less than a hamburger!


Unknown said...

Super find! Oh my gosh the prices for vintage felt kits is unbelievable on E-bay. I loved making kits in the 70's as a child, and this is why I began creating my own patterns. Such a fun kit! E

Nan said...

Hello let me introduce myself I'm Nan from Retired in Alaska a big big fan of Elizabeth of Bluebird Papercrafts. She has inspired me so much and told us about you. I was thrilled to find your blog it's just so darn cute I'm enjoying reading over past posts and posting comments. Come visit me in Alaska !! Nan

Diane Mars said...

Well Hello what a lovely Blog and a girl after my own heart. I too love Thrift Store Treasures~ I sure enjoyed checking out your past posts. Very fun. I am now a follower. Stop by and visit me sometime... I will be back to check on what you are up too. Hugs, Diane

Unknown said...

Well, welcome to the group Sugar! I see you've found all my favorite friends or should I say we've found you, thanks to Elizabeth. I'm Tracy and big fan of E's which was one of my very first blog friends. Since then I've grown to love, Nan and Diane above along with so many others.

Your blog is as cute as can be. I'm looking forward to looking at your other post too and getting to know you. What a lucky find at the thrift store. I would have squealed with delight too.

Warm hugs and Merry Christmas Wishes...Tracy :)

onehappiecamper said...

this is wonderful! i am starting my blog in a few weeks and this is very inspiring- clean, crisp....and DARLING!!!!!we will be friends :)
(no time to check my google account currently so i use this one :)

Cindy said...

Looks like I'm joining the party, coming over from Elizabeth's. (Not late this time!) Love looking at your past buys. I just love to see what others have dug up and it inspires me to keep at it. Thanks for sharing. Please join me at my new blog: prairiesedgefarm.blogspot.com

GerryART said...

Thanks to E at Bluebird Papercrafts you blog has come to my attention.
Your venture into blogland will no doubt bring much inspiration, motivation and friendship into your daily life.
While I may not comment on each of your posts, please know that I will be reading every thing you post as I will be your 13th Follower.

Happy Holiday Hugs,

craftyles said...

I came over from Bluebird Papercrafts and I'm so glad I did. I just spent the last 30 minutes scrolling through your wonderful blog. I'm Leslie from Brookhollow Lane and I can see we have a lot in common. I really love your vintage style and your crafts. Thanks for joining in the blogging world. I will be following along!

Linda Ruthie said...

That Elizabeth know how to get the word out when she finds a great blog. I'm your newest follower. Your blog is darling and I look forward to future posts.

Pieceful Bits said...

Score!! I love the vintage felt patterns. I have made our own felt Christmas stockings with all the felt pieces and tons of sequins.