Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Vintage Thingie Thursday:

Welcome everyone to Vintage Thingies Thursday. If you have a love for vintage things, well....you have come to the right place. We have a "dog-gone" good time each and every week!!!
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I love red kitchen gadgets. I especially love them if they belonged to a family member.

This is a great red kitchen flour sifter that my father in law gave us years ago. I love the wooden handle, the flower and the bright colors of the sifter! It is a real gem.

I found this picture of this dog not long ago and saved it to my computer. I remember as a young girl, I had a pillow made out of squares of fabric, and if I remember correctly, the fabric was double knit! I had that pillow for a long time, but don't know what ever happened to it. I felt inspired to maybe make one from the left over squares I have from my Begging quilt Project.

And yes.....I have really been working on that quilt and have more blocks done! I will be showing that soon!! Have a great weekend!!
Happy Vintage Thingie Thursday!!!


21 comments:

  1. The sifter is very cute...I have been looking for one and the cute ones are hard to find. Keep up the good work on the quilt!

    XO,
    Jane

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  2. I love vintage flour sifters and I think your is one of the cutest I have ever seen! I'll be anxious to see your quilt as you get farther along. Happy VTT!

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  3. What a great sifter AND I remember those quilted dogs. I think EVERYONE had them! Thank you for sharing and hosting,
    HUGS
    Donna

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  4. My great grandmother made me a dog pillow like the one in your picture when I was a kid. I loved it! Thanks for the great memory.

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  5. I have no doubt you will create the pillow as you had. I hate to admit it, but I thought you had stayed at the cemetery too long. I did not see a dog. It takes some us longer to figure things out.
    Lord help me!

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  6. I like red in the kitchen too. I had a sifter that belonged to my mom but it was aluminum and now I cannot find it. You did a great job on the quilting. What a treasure the quilted dog will be.
    QMM

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  7. I love that sifter and the dog patchwork is so cute! Thanks for hosting this wonderful party each week. hugs, Linda

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  8. Love it, it looks to be in great shape! I need one for my red kitchen at 1515. How nice it is from your father in law!

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  9. That is a real gem...I've never seen a red one before! Thanks for hosting this party :)
    Q~

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  10. Finally have a vintage thingie to link up! Thanks for hosting.

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  11. Thank you for hosting! I linked in my post and side bar. :)

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  12. O, I do love that..so cute in red.
    Thanks, dear heart, for hosting. Mine is a little vintage table, redone..:))

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  13. I've never seen a red floral sifter like that before, Suzanne! How neat.

    Thanks for hosting!

    Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage
    http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

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  14. Thanks for hosting ~ I just linked up with my vintage wedding photos. I love your red sifter, gosh, those are seldom used these days. Cute doggy quilt squares. My grandmother made me a trip around the world quilt out of double knits that she had made me many of my clothes and hers from. I should picture that soon!

    Big TX Hugs,
    Stephanie
    Angelic Accents

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  15. Your red flour shifter is special...especially because it was given to you by your FIL. Thanks for hosting another fabulous party. I can't wait to sneak in some blogs surfing during lunch today.

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  16. Glad to see that you are progressing on your two inch squares quilt! Can you see why I started to call them "two inch treasures"?

    - Mary

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  17. I LOVE the old flour sifters...I am a CO girl, born and raised...will be heading back there shortly this summer, to hit some of the great antique stores (Vegas tends to think that 50s California is antique). Happy Thursday - thanks for letting me play along!

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  18. I love red kitchen gadgets, too. Your sifter is so eye-catching!!!

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