{Air Your Laundry Friday} Link Party #24

Hi, sweetie pies.

Another round of Air Your Laundry Friday is in order
and let me just tell you that last week featured some
beautiful & unique links!
Thank you so much for linking up or looking around.
As a gentle reminder, this is a textile link party
and although I love looking at other non-textile projects,
this is for projects or inspiration that involve fabric.
There is a “link party” button in my sidebar that features
a bunch of my favorite linky parties for furniture, crafts, etc.
I still love ya though and I’m flattered that you even thought to link up with me.

As difficult as it is,
I usually narrow my features down to 3 or 4
but I just couldn’t this week.

Here are some of my favorites…

Erin at Carolina Country Living
transformed a Craigs List find
into this little beauty…

Her solution to some wonky doors
was to replace them with this gorgeous fabric.

I would be committing a laundry sin
if I did not feature this awesome laundry art project
made by Michelle at Girl in Air. 

She features more laundry art in the room as well.
If you read this post, then you know I have my son’s converse hangin’ on the wall.
I just might have to add some shirts and socks, too.

 Chalkboard + Textiles = Love.
M at Tales from an O.C. Cottage
shared these darling chalk labels.

 Tres chic!

I can’t afford a real chandy right now
so I love the DIY kind.
Holly at 504 Main made this beautiful chandy
out of recycled materials.

A version of this might make it’s way into my office makeover.

You beachy chic’ers will especially adore this 
cloche with textile tags & mini clothespins
made by Cheri at It’s So Very Cheri.
I have been in love with turquoise
since reading the Spring issue of Flea Market Style
and falling in love with a turquoise table feature.

I thought these bow tie onesies
made by Jessica at Cherry Street Cottage
were absolutely precious!
She also shares a bow tie making tutorial.

  I think my little Grey bug needs several of these.

I swoon over a pretty crochet project
and I LOVE towels with toppers.
put a modern twist on her towel, topper, and pot holder.
 We had these (in much more dated patterns, of course) growing up
and I think they are one of the greatest things ever, don’t you?

Thank you for sharing!
 Can’t wait to see what you link up this week.

The Party RULES

Definition of textile [tex·tile]

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

1. Pleeeeeeease link up TEXTILE projects and inspiration only. No repeat projects please.
    (As long at is uses a textile in some way, it’s linkable.)

2. Please be courteous & add my button (in the sidebar) 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.
Happy Friday.

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  1. ~Iffy~ says:

    Hey Jami, thanks for hosting!! Hope you had a great week!

  2. Thanks for the introduction to some new to me bloggers. I learned something from each one.
    - Joy

  3. Yippee!! Thank you so much for the feature!!

    and for hosting! Have a fabulous evening:-)

  4. Sorry I accidentally put my frame on here I meant to put my wreath!

  5. Allison says:

    Great features and lots of talent! Happy Friday to you, Jami!

  6. I wish I could remove my NON textile links:(
    I hope you can remove them so I’m not encouraging others to NOT follow the rules

    I linked up some burlap art and a matching rug…maybe next week I’ll link up some crochet patterns:-)

  7. Holly says:

    Thank you for my feature. This chandy has always been one of my favorite projects…and I am linking up another FAVORITE new project! I love your party…textiles are where my heart is (even if I do not do a lot of it on my blog).

  8. So much talent and creativity…I love what is out there. Thanks for showing us glimpses, Jami!


  9. A Rosy Note says:

    What great features…I’ll have to take a peek at a few of those :)


  10. Erin says:

    Terrific Features!!! Thanks for hosting and having me Jami!

  11. Abby says:

    I linked up my sewing room redo…if that doesn’t count for a this just please remove. Thanks for hosting!

  12. Thanks Jami–I appreciate the feature. I love all the creativity.

    Cheri from

  13. Kristy says:

    Love the handmade chandelier!

  14. Jennifer says:

    I’m so excited to finally be back to one of your parties! I don’t do a whole lot with fabric (right now) but I enjoy your linky party and get excited when I can enter!! Thanks for hosting!
    Scissors & Spatulas

  15. Cheri says:

    Thanks so much for the feature on my potholders and towels! I will have a shout out later this week. Thanks again!

  16. white life© says:

    Thank you so much for hosting – I love this many ideas! ;)

    I wish you a heavenly weekend!

  17. Faith, Trust, and a Little Pixie Dust says:

    Hi Jami, Thanks so much for letting me know about the DIY contest. I’m tickled pink! Of course I wrote a post about it!

    Warmly, MIchelle

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