Monday, July 6, 2009

Vintage Felt Punkies

I love these little vintage looking felt punkies. These are made from a pattern by Jennifer Murphy, she is so talented! These were easy and fun to make, these two are on sale at another blog I sell my hand mades on. If your interested you can see them here.
http://wsoapp-raggedykinfolk.blogspot.com/ Thanks for continuing to follow my blog and support my love of hand made crafts.
Marcy

6 comments:

Liz said...

They came out so cute!

Cris said...

I just found your blog and I must tell you that I LOVE your girlie building! I am so envious! As I was scrolling down I noticed that you have a kitty pitcher just like my mother's. The ceramic one with the green spots. I love it!

creative breathing said...

I have been saving my MI post just for you! Yeah UP! My father-in-law always said he could tell a UPPer by the way they walk! Do you know our family the Denoyer's of Denoyer Bros. Moving and Storage in Traverse City. Chuck and Margie live there in St. Ignace now. Margie makes the most beautiful baskets. Chuck is involved in the Wooden Boat festival. I will definitely have to stop in to say hello next trip UP! Elizabeth

Raggedykinfolk said...

Thank you Liz!

Thanks Cris, I just came across the kitty pitcher in Pennsylvania when we were on vacation this spring. I was really taken with it too!

Elizabeth, thank you for the wonderful Upper Penninsula post. It's wonderful knowing that others have been to this part of the country. Sometimes I feel that we are the last frontier up here in the U.P. That is so cool, I do not know your family, but I know lots of people from St Ignace. I waited tables there for several years and my mother in law lives in St. Ignace. My daughter works at the State campground in St Ignace also. Have you ever been to the big car show they have every year near the end of June? Please let me know when you will be up this way again and I will meet up with you! I am so happy you posted! Marcy

creative breathing said...

Marcy! We were at the State campground in St. Ignace last summer! The photo of me in that post shows just barely the bridge in the background. I will let you know when we are up there again! You are new to my blog. Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving such kind comments. Less blogging on my part means more reading of other blogs! I have so much to catch up on! Elizabeth

Raggedykinfolk said...

Please do Elizabeth, I would love to meet you in person! Enjoy your time catching up on all the blogs you read. I will patiently be waiting for your next post. This will make it all the more special!
Marcy