I think I can...

In my attempt to Shabby up the cottage
I must sew....
Nothing like taking lessons from your 9 year old
bless her heart
I'm not a very good student.
This is what I have so far...
As soon as the sun pops up I will show you where these ruffles are going.

18 comments:

  1. Can't wait to see. Thanks for the info. today, your the best. Hey how are those puppies doing?

    Cha Cha

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  2. I love ruffles!!!

    Keep sewing more ruffles!

    with love,
    Olivia

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  3. OOOooo.. I love ruffles! I really need to learn how to do that! Can't wait to see the rest!

    Nicole

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  4. Ruffles are fun and you are brave! I have no idea how to sew. Wish I had a 9 yr old to teach me :). Looking forward to seeing the finished product.

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  5. these ruffles are so pretty...i can not wait to see where you are going to put them!!!

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  6. At this point I think I could put ruffles on ANYTHING and fall in love with it. I anticipate what delight you have waiting for us.

    Cheers~
    e

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  7. Looking forward to what's next!

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  8. ooooh, can't wait to see the ruffles, good job!!!
    Hugs,
    Margaret B

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  9. Ruffles are really in right now. I always say, if you can sew a straight line you CAN sew!

    Robin~♥

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  10. I know whatever it is, it will be perfectly wonderful. Can't wait to see.

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  11. is there nothing you cannot do Susie??!!!

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  12. Oh I cannot wait to see! I can't sew very well but recently decided I was going to make a quilt! God help me. I started cutting and I've been cutting and cutting and cutting for weeks! I'm starting to doubt if I should move forward! :-)

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  13. Heck, I hope it's not cloudy where you live tomorrow or we'll have to wait another day to see what you're up to:o)
    See you when the sun pops up!
    Angex

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  14. Your ruffle looks great to me! I have a sewing machine but have only used it a couple of times many, MANY years ago. I wish I had a dedicated space because if I do want to use it I have to lug it out, get everything set up and then put it up. Just kind of dampens the creativity. Can't wait to see what you are doing.♥

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  15. How sweet your daughter is showing you how to sew. Wow Susie, this opens up so many new doors for creativity for you. I am loving the fabric in the pic. Looking forward to seeing what you have done to dress up the cottage for spring.

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  16. I think I know...Your slipcovered sofa? YAY!!!

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  17. I wish that I could sew. Can't wait to see what you are working on.

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  18. Tra le innovazioni proposte dalla Rolex sul mercato dell'orologeria ci sono i primi orologi impermeabili con il datario, con il fuso orario e, cosa più importante, i primi orologi da polso a ottenere la richiestissima certificazione di?cronometro.?Repliche OrologiLa Rolex detiene tuttora il record per maggior numero di meccanismi certificati.
    Un altro fatto quasi sconosciuto è che la Rolex partecipò allo sviluppo della tecnologia?al quarzo?anche per contrastare il forte sviluppo delle case giapponesi che stavano a loro volta sviluppando i propri movimenti.Repliche Rolex Nonostante inserì pochi modelli nella propria linea, i tecnici e gli ingegneri della casa furono determinanti nello studio della nuova tecnologia a cavallo tra gli?anni sessanta?e?settanta. Nel 1968 la Rolex collaborò con un consorzio di 16 produttori svizzeri per creare il movimento al quarzo?Beta 21?usato nel proprio?Quartz Date. Gli sforzi della Omega aqua terra culminarono dopo cinque anni di ricerca, disegno e sviluppo nella creazione del movimento "clean-slate" 5035/5055 che avrebbe alimentato l'Oysterquartz?- secondo alcuni il miglior movimento al quarzo mai creato.

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