{Air Your Laundry Friday} Link Party #3

I need to stop hosting these parties because
my inspiration folder is officially bursting at the seams.

That, and it’s so hard for me to choose my favorites.

(Don’t worry; my party isn’t going anywhere.)
Thank you for linking up or looking last week!
I loved every single project
and it’s so fun window shopping for inspiration.
Here are my freckled features from last week…
I am l.o.v.i.n.g. these super simple
from Allison at It’s Toile Good.
 Aren’t they cute?
She was even sweet enough to provide a tutorial.
Cindy at Cottage Instincts shared
a back porch of gorgeous textiles…
…pillows, slipcovered cushions, cabinet skirts, etc.

She has certainly captured the essence of cottage charm.
And, I just noticed her wide planked bead board in the background! Love it.
If you read Wednesday’s post, I can’t seem to decide on wide or narrow planks. 
The talented Barbara at Hodge:Podge shared 
her tufted headboard with a great tutorial.
 I adore the way it turned out…all for $50.
Miss fancy pants Nancy at La Maison Reid
made it tough to choose one of her beautiful
slipcovers so I chose them both. 
 The burlap buttons & piping on the back of this chair
stole my heart.
And, her first settee turned out so pretty
and proves that less is sometimes more.
She added some Velcro tabs around the arms that I think are quite clever.
Michele at {Primp} created a darling,
ruffled table runner with the perfect, inexpensive textiles…
a dish towel and muslin.
 I’ve had one of these sitting in my inspiration folder for months
and it’s about time I get a movin’.

Once again, here are the RULES.

1. Please link up TEXTILE projects and inspiration only.
    (As long at is uses a textile in some way, it’s linkable.)

Definition of textile [tex·tile]

                      1: cloth; especially a woven or knit cloth                     
                      2: a fiber, filament, or yarn used in making cloth

2. Please be courteous & add my button or text link to your post. 

 {thank you}

3. Please link to your actual post, not your blog in general. 
4. Please be sweet and visit at least a couple other links.
5. I’d love it if you followed me too, but it’s optional.
Thank you!
Can’t wait to see what you link up this week.

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  1. Jami, I’m so excited to have a project I can link to your party this week! I don’t often dabble in textiles, that’s something best left to those who know what they’re doing, but every once in a while it’s necessary for me to pull out the sewing machine.
    Thanks for hosting and giving me an opportunity to show off my pleated liner. Remember, I’m still blaming you for getting me going on this laundry room project in the first place! LOL

  2. Thanks you Miss Jamie for featuring my slipcovers! They were the first two I made and I had fun doing it. I LOVE the raspberry silk headboard you featured, too and have corresponded with Barbara and also sent the link to my daughter offering to help make her one. Love the table runner, the porch makeover, the napkin rings..oh gosh! I understand why you have a hard time choosing what to feature!

  3. Tina says:

    All gorgeous projects again this week Jami! Love the napkin rings:) Thanks for holding such a fun Linky party!! Hope you have a wonderful weekend ~ Tina x

  4. Cheech says:

    Thanks so much for becoming my follower! I am your newest one as well! I just love your blog and hope to link up soon once my life settles down a bit!!


  5. Thanks again for the feature. I again linked an older post, but I actually did some sewing this week and can hopefully share that project at next week’s party :)

    LOVE this linky!

  6. Brenda Kula says:

    Jami, I do love textiles. But I haven’t gotten around to doing anything “blog worthy” yet to participate. I’m going to have fun drooling over the others though!

  7. Thanks for featuring my headboard – tres flattered!

    I am linking up an older post this week {like Cindy} but have been busy sewing this week too:)

  8. I love this party, now if I only had something to post… Guess I’ll just have to go see how talented everyone else is :D

  9. julie says:

    So many beautiful projects! I’m excited to see what all the link ups have created. Have a wonderful weekend!

  10. allison @ itstoilegood.blogspot.com says:

    Jami! Thank you, thank you, thank you! I have to give credit to the crafty genius, Angie from the Country Chic Cottage who created these awesome napkin rings. She make turn simple materials into something amazing! Thank you and hoping to party again this week!

  11. Megan says:

    I’ve been thinking… Go wide. Its so much more casual and homey. Not so stuffy. :)

  12. Becky says:

    How amazing is that crate, what a transformation! I loved reading you to do list, I wish I had fun things on mine…To Do: laundry, bathrooms, blah, blah, blah. So glad I can live vicariously through you! Have a great weekend.
    Hugs, Becky
    P.S. I forgot to say thank you for the feature, you are so sweet!!!

  13. Rennae says:

    Hi Jami,

    Thank you for you sweet comments. This was my first real quilting project and it is not perfect but I did make it with love so I think that helped. Your blog is just beautiful, thank you for sharing all you do,

  14. Waaaay too much creativity going on here, Jami! These gals just put me to shame! lol! Awesome projects!!!

    xoxo laurie

  15. Jessica says:

    So excited to be joining my first laundry party :-) What a great idea! I’ll be sure to stop in each week with more textile projects. Thanks for letting us share!

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