21 September 2010

Rustic Linens

I was busy this weekend making some napkins and table runners for my shop and etsy. (Just trying to keep my mind busy so I wouldn't be sad that I missed Junk Bonanza)

I made these with beautiful French General fabric....love the rustic feel to this fabric. It also washes really well too...it puckers up and has that rumpled look I like.

I'll have these available in red and blue....I have the blue napkins and table runner in my etsy now....and should have more available on Thursday.

30 comments:

  1. Lovely French inspired linens are some of my all-time favorites... always looks so clean and fresh and the simplicity appeals to me. I too am lamenting that I cannot make it to a Show that has been on my "Bucket List" for some time now... the Round Top/Marburger Show in Texas which will be the end of this month thru the first week in October. *le sigh* Ah well, perhaps their Spring Show might be a possibility?! *Hope Hope*

    Dawn... The Bohemian

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  2. ~*Im thrilled you are sellling the red ones too! I keep checking your etsy shop for them..I will buy some as soon as you list them!! Rachel :)~*

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  3. i wish you would have been there. it would have been wonderful to meet you. great linens. just went shopping. thanks!!

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  4. Love the napkins. I had the pleasure of actually seeing some of the French General fabric up close and able to touch it at a quilt store. Wish I had the money to purchase some yardage of it.

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  5. Hi Andrea! I love your napkins...that fabric is beautiful. I'm thinking I should've went to Junk Bonanza too, especially since I only live an hour away.

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  6. Your work is so so lovely...I adore all things French General..I just met Kaari Meng from FG...I had a class with her...she is amazing. Hugs.

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  7. Beautiful - heading over to Etsy now for a look! x

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  8. your so talented i need to learn to sew!

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  9. I'm going to have to stalk your etsy shop to snag a few !!!!!!yippee
    xo,
    LuLu

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  10. Absolutely LOVE it!!! So wish you could've come to Junk Bonanza...I would've loved to meet you :))

    Hugs ~

    :) T

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  11. Love the napkins.

    I just got a new camera too, in the $200 range. Taking it to Paris... I plan to use some of your tips :)

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  12. Lovely! You always create the best stuff - - love your esty shop.

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  13. just beautiful! i know i wished i'd been able to go too! looked like so much fun! thanks for visiting! susan

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  14. Mmmmmm! Just scrumptious, Andrea! I LOVE LOVE LOVE French linens!!! I've been in to the grain/feed sacks lately for some odd reason and can't get enough of them. I'm headed over to take a peek at what you have, girlie!!! :)

    xoxo laurie@heavens-walk

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  15. they sound so wonderful and I bet they look wonderful too:)

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  16. ...wow ..Love the blue...best for my home!

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  17. ...wow ..Love the blue...best for my home!

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  18. I LOVE these, Andrea! I know I will get to order something from your gorgeous shop one of these days... :)
    Hugs ~ Jo

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  19. pretty and crsip - love them, Jennifer stop by sometime, Jennifer jennsthreegraces

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  20. andrea..i just love these too...
    there is a shop in Carmel that always has these...Tancredi and Morgan...i always have to get some...love them in my kitchen...

    happy to visit today

    kary
    xxx

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  21. Andrea,

    These are gorgeous, you have been a busy girl!

    Best wishes,
    Tammy

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  22. There is something about french inspired linens that make me happy!
    Sorry you couls not go to Junk Bonanza!~
    Bristol

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  23. I love that fabric AND I AM SO IN LOVE WITH FRENCH FABRICS...along with everyone else in bloggy land!

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  24. Beautiful ~ Wishes for a wonderful weekend ;-)

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  25. loooove the french inspired linens! I'll have to go check those out! Love your french-y shabby style...totally up my alley!

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  26. ~ Well it looks like I had better head over to your Etsy Store. The linens are quite lovely.
    ~ Rosemary ...

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  27. I'm loving your photography and shares! This image of the linens with lavender is wonderful. Isn't it wonderful how an herb can change the mood in an entire room?!

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  28. are you still making these napkins? :)

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    1. Hello, I'm afraid I no longer have any of this fabric...but thanks so much for checking with me ;o)

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