Friday, June 15, 2007

Lavender Tableclothes


This is the season of lavender --- and I couldn't resist posting a picture of these beautiful, handmade table clothes. In lovely floral prints, the color purple is featured with elements of neutrals that creates a shabby chic feel. I love the broad, striped borders. Have I inspired you to get your sewing machine out and try making one? It's on my 'to do' list --- which is very long, of course!

Enjoy a lovely day!
Photo: a lavender shop in Sequim

9 comments:

  1. Love them...Where do you get such gorgeous vintage fabric....
    You are so versatile and multi-talented...

    Deby

    Next sewing project is just a floral buther type of apron....

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  2. thank you! for your kind words on my blog...I am enjoying all these great recipes on your blog! take care,Gail

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  3. Those are beautiful and so charming! my sewing list gets longer and longer... :)

    Have a great weekend!

    Andrea

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  4. Oh my lavender! I adore lavender!It is blossoming right now in my garden! Tomorrow I shall harvest!
    Oh I love lavender!hugs NG

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  5. The tablecloths are so pretty - just right for summer. I don't think my sewing skills are up to making something similar though. You always have such lovely vignettes on here - it's inspiring me to try and finish the great attic sort out this weekend so that I can dispose of all the piles of things 'to be looked at and decided on' then have a pitch at a car boot sale and get rid of it all. Then I can have a thorough clean and have some decorating done and put together some pretty vignettes of my own!

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  6. I like Lavender.

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  7. Oh my, I'm glad you didn't resist.

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  8. Lovely, did you drive by my house !! Clarice-who is going to Sequim next week

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  9. Oh yes, you've inspired me! Those tablecloths are lovely.

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