I love this combination of fabrics. The pairing of a classic black and white houndstooth with a vibrant turquoise ruffle. This pillow is part of a collection of pillows I made a couple of years ago for Stacey. It’s one of her favorites. And as sometimes happens with gently loved items the zipper gave out. Sometimes it’s not, but in this case the pillow was definitely worth the extra effort of putting
There was something missing. A brand new home featuring a large, family-style kitchen. Solid maple cabinets and hardwood floors. An island, big enough for a crowd to gather around. And a eye-catching barn door leading to the pantry. But Carol felt there was something missing. Color. While she loved the neutrality of her new home she was ready for color. A bold kitchen cafe curtain became the answer.
If you love ruffles as much as I do then you probably gather a lot of ruffles for your projects. Knowing the best techniques for gathering ruffles is a must have whether you’re new to sewing or a seasoned seamstress. Today I’m sharing 3 great techniques for gathering ruffles. When this project began I only had 2 yards of the aqua damask to use for 3 pillows. It was a remnant
One of my favorite projects, which happens to be ridiculously easy and made entirely of left over fabric, is this Shaggy Fabric Wreath. You can use this style of wreath anywhere throughout the house and at any time of year but I find myself using it the most at Christmas. Recently, I took the wreath up a notch by adding a collection of rusty jingle bells.
What is the best length for curtains? There’s more than one answer but the key is to choose from the right options. Occasionally, the answer is dictated by where the window is positioned in a space or by what else is going on around a window…like floor vents in the worst place possible. Today, I’m going to take the guess work out of this question.