Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Vintage Thingie Thursday




Ok, here are a couple of my favorite Aunt Martha's Transfers (Coloradolady, I looked to see if I had that one you are looking for and Sorry to say I don't) but they are SOOO MUCH FUN, got these so I can redo my feedsack tea towel valances when I want a change.

18 comments:

Amy said...

that's awesome - are you going to use the ideas from it?

Marjorie (Molly) Smith said...

I love, love,love Aunt Martha's Transfers

Bea said...

Jeanne, what would we do without Aunt Martha? Love the dish motif transfers.

Elizabeth said...

I love the happy fruit motif!

Jewelgirl said...

I like the animal and fruit transfers, how adorable!

CC said...

I love your patterns. I collect vintage iron on patterns and can never have too many. :). Happy VTT..have a lovely day

Coloradolady said...

Thanks for looking! These are great. Love them.

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

pretty patterns.. so how are you going to use it soon? have a great day!

marianedwardsdreamweaver said...

I love those transfers...what fun designs :)

Ulla said...

Such lovely treasures!

Susan said...

Embroidery is one of my loves and so is Aunt Martha's.
I would love to see the valance, sounds nice.

ClassyChassy said...

Those are the best!

LADY JANE'S EMPORIUM said...

I love Aunt Marthas Transfers...especially the vintage ones! HappyVTT!

Miri said...

I too collect vintage iron-on transfers and Aunt Martha...love yours, the animated flatware are a favorite and the fruit pot holder patterns are a hoot.

mannequin said...

Oh those are the best! That Aunt Martha sure knew how to draw, didn't she? I wonder if there really was an Aunt Martha?

CarolynQuilts said...

Ooooh, I love old transfers--and these are so cute!

Dawn said...

I love to buy these when I find them at Thrift stores--knowing that someday I'm going to make them all. teehee! Thanks for sharing!

Roslyn Atwood said...

Wow so much work those old transfers were to embroider-love your old pincushions too.
Roslyn