Thanks, I will have to take it apart. Perhaps a cushion for my patio chairs, to add a touch of wh…
Ah, there are holes and stained bits, so it isn’t usable as is. Maybe I can use bits to make some…
Thanks, that’s a lovely suggestion. Only small parts are still usable and it’s a great way to rem…
This is my Grandmother’s chenille blanket from the 40s or 50s. It’s very delicate, and the fabric shows its age, but some of the details are lovely. I am at a loss of what to make from it. I’m wond…
Thanks for posting your frustrations. I am not going to buy this pattern. Sorry you had to go thr…
Very pretty! What pattern did you use? Did you make your own?
Lace is everywhere! I was fortunate to be given a lovely handmade tablecloth that I transformed into this sleeveless blouse. I made the pattern myself and used only material from the tablecloth.
Yes, gorgeous and perfect for a hot summer. I don’t know which to make first!
This is beautiful! Thanks for sharing here.
More beautiful than the fabric is the fit of the dress! Bravo!
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