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flower factory

15 Jun

the goings on in my home studio during preparation for a recent wedding.  flower bucket overflow on the kitchen table

separating out bridesmaid bundles

piles of pitt and waxflower for aisle chairs getting grouped on the floor

tied in bundles then back into waterdoing the hold test for bride’s bouquet, it has to be just the right size

more photos from set up on location coming soon!

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fabric friday

11 Feb

I was initially drawn to the intense color and bold pattern on this piece. But I really fell in love with all the hand done detailing like the rainbow stitched spine and the knotted hem.  In its former life I guessing it was a blanket, but it wouldn’t be too hard to whip this bad boy into a shower curtain! or maybe even and oversized upholstered ottoman? I really wish i knew more about when and how this really unique piece was created, so share any insights if you’ve got ’em!

nash class

3 Feb

I’ve never been to an in-store class, but this one is right up my alley & right here at our Nashville West Elm so I though I’d share it.

big & small

27 Jan

wild treereminds me of one of my favorite etsy sellers, she makes great dried arrangements

Fabric Friday

7 Jan

new dots! both on lightweight cotton.

tiny and neutral
big bold bright

now I need to find the perfect sewing project to put these to good use, ideas anyone?

wall wrap

7 Dec

My favorite holiday wrap for the past few years has been lovely neutral craft paper. But I couldn’t resist this giant roll of super shiny silver and white wallpaper at my favorite local thrift for only $.99! I don’t have the guts to hang it in the house yet, so under the christmas tree it will go.

fabric friday

5 Nov

Plaids are perfect cold weather fabrics and as the temperatures drop here in TN I’m excited to put these cozy finds to work. I got both of these great jewel toned plaids at a garage sale, so unfortunately I only  have about 1/2 yard of each.  What do we think about using these lumberjack prints for small-scale holiday projects like fabric garland or rag ornaments?