Monday, September 17, 2007

More than Meets the Eye

Ok, nerd alert, I'm thinking about the Transformers. I can't help it. Doesn't my ruffler foot remind you a bit of a Transformer? Ok, I know its a stretch.
I've ruffled crepe paper and fabrics, all with wonderful results.

So do you have a ruffler foot? Have you tried it out? I can't stop working with it. Did you see what Elizabeth did with hers? What are you doing with yours?



Hmm, wonder how I'm going to use all this stuff? I wish I'd had it when I made clothes for Frankie, the miles of ruffles for those Mousefeather dresses... ok...

See you later alligators, it's a work day!

20 Comments:

Anonymous Sandy said...

That foot looks like so much fun & something I may need to add to my "foot" collection.

9:59 AM  
Anonymous sugarshop (Dena) said...

I have ruffler foot issues. I have wanted one for a while. Ordered one for my old machine last year...it was supposed to fit my machine but didn't so I gave up. The first thing I did after setting up my new machine was to look at the accesories in the manual. No ruffler foot listed. Hopefully it's available and just not listed. Oh, I am so bringing Gage in when your working. Everytime I bring him he talks endlessly about transformers. When we were in the weekend before last he taught the lady cutting the fabric how to sing the song. Leslie and I were cracking up! He'll be very impressed by you since you already know the song!

12:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know I have the same ruffler you do, but mine looks just like a nasty orthodontic appliance I wore in the 4th grade.
Love,
anonymous

12:55 PM  
Anonymous Kim said...

Love the ruffle foot! Too fun! I am sitting here listening to my four year old who is supposed to be napping but is actually playing Transformers in his room. Too bad we can't make it in to the store today, he would have fun telling you all about them. Would the ruffle foot be an Autobot or a Decepticon???

1:18 PM  
Anonymous happy zombie said...

Is my ruffler foot here to save the world - or destroy it? We may never know.

Now I have to check to see if I EVEN have the foot, because I want to try this!

1:25 PM  
Anonymous amy said...

ooh, I don't have one, but I seriously avoid making ruffles and, gosh, life is not as much fun when it's practically ruffleless. I think I need to get one...

1:41 PM  
Anonymous tammy said...

Wow! I am going to have to get one of those! I could ruffle everything! My family will love it!

see ya soon! can't wait for Houston and Josephine's. The best Fettucine Alfredo ever!!

3:06 PM  
Blogger Claire said...

i do not have a ruffler foot, but I do want one soooo bad! SOmeday soon, I hope to gte one.

3:34 PM  
Anonymous Mary said...

I :heart: my ruffler!

4:14 PM  
Blogger atet said...

I don't have one -- but boy, would I like one. Soooooo much easier than basting and pulling threads (and then swearing and/or mumbling when said threads BREAK -- requiring you to pick out stitches and start over again). I wonder if they make one for my machine...

4:46 PM  
Blogger Doe said...

That looks scary but I.WANT.ONE.NOW!!!!

5:35 PM  
Blogger mar said...

I've seen them, may even have one... Mousefeathers, loved those patterns!!

7:40 PM  
Anonymous Sharon said...

I used to use my ruffler all the time. I LOVED IT!!! Now where is it?

7:48 PM  
Anonymous Andrea said...

What!? A ruffler foot?? I would ruffle *EVERYTHING* if I had a ruffler foot. I might even have to take up sewing....

10:29 PM  
Anonymous Tanya Whelan said...

I must have a ruffler foot!!

5:22 AM  
Blogger Angelina said...

Help me Pam. I'm scared of special feet. I want a ruffler but I don't think I can ever learn to use one because one thing Pfaff doesn't believe in is instructions.

I want one.

8:29 AM  
Anonymous Carrie said...

Ooooh, a ruffle foot! How fun! I have NO attachments (other than zipper foots, but I use them for sewing on piping trim...agh!). Looks like fun!

11:04 AM  
Anonymous joanna Figueroa said...

okay, that looks like the coolest little device! Is it really as easy as you make it sound? You know I'm no good at crafting!!

Also, congrats on the book quilt. I really like your quilt alot and think that neutral quilts are awesome! Congrats on your day... or maybe your year in the sun!

joanna
www.figtreequilts.typepad.com

6:41 PM  
Blogger Mary Anne said...

I am lovin' those ruffles !!! I'm gonna have to see if there's one of those thing -a-ma- jigs for my sewing machine (who knows, maybe I already have one and don't know it!)

11:25 PM  
Blogger Mary Lou Weidman said...

Wow, I want ruffles! Those look wonderful and like there are zillions of great ideas for them. What FUN!
Mary Lou Weidman

11:34 PM  

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