{Air Your Laundry Friday} TEXTILE Link Party #30

Hi, sweeties.
I spent much of the day in the sunshine playing and pickin’ blackberries with my children.
Our blackberry bush is a popular hot spot in the summertime
with daily checks to see if any more berries have ripened.
 How can a bush with such sweet berries have such vicious thorns?
I walked away a little perforated.
Tonight, I made about 25 more sets of repurposed rose hairpins for Wild Rose & Co.
(By the way, WW & Co. has a blog now too!)
and visited your lovely links.
Here are a few of my favorites from last week…
I mentioned in yesterday’s laundry bag tutorial that using a pillow case is an easy option.
Mona Kay at Creating a Vintage Life created a beautiful tote using a pillowcase
and I wanted to be sure to share it with you.
Mona Kay even surprised me with a ruffled, white tote today and I adore it.
I’ll share it as soon as I’ve photographed it.
My doorstep has been blessed lately, it seems.
Thank you again, Mona Kay!
Tasha Frugalicious Me shared a recipe for lavender laundry soap.
We have to keep our pretty textiles clean, right?
I fell in love with this coffee sack headboard made by Mia at Girls with Good Taste.
Don’t you LOVE it?!
Check out the typography and the punches of color.
Sharon at Elizabeth & Co. made this gorgeous ruffled pillow with tutorial.
(And now I’m thinking I called her Elizabeth in my comment. Darn.)
As always, thank you for linking or looking around!
Textile Party Rules
1. Please link up TEXTILE projects and inspiration only.
    (As long at is uses a fabric in some way, it’s linkable.) 

2. Please link to your actual post, not to your blog in general. 
3. As a common courtesy, I’d love it if you linked back too with a text link or my button (code in my sidebar).
 Happy weekend.

I did not make the adorable aqua clip that Edyn is wearing in the photo.
Rae at 723 Plain & Simple sent along a set of beautiful hand-dyed wool clips for her.
Aren’t they the sweetest?
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  1. Maxabella says:

    I enjoy having a wander around the textiles. I love that headboard, but do you think it would be scratchy? LOL. x

  2. Your little gal is just adorable! Blackberry cobbler is one of my favorites. Just linked up my post about Vintage French Ticking. Thanks for hosting, Jami, xoxo Debra

  3. What a lot of talent out there! Sadly this week I didn’t get to create any laundry other then orders, but I did get some painting done! So nice to see what the gals have been creating:-)
    Did you get enough blackberries for pie??

  4. andrea says:

    Great photo of the little girl…the hair clip is super cute on her. And I love the image of the laundry soap. I will have to check it out! Thanks, Andrea @ townandprairie

  5. Ozma of Odds says:

    …tooooo cute:)

    thanks for hosting and bringing all these wonderful textile ideas together in one place!

    xo, Rosemary

  6. stoneandrose says:

    Ooops! I think I posted a link last week unrelated to textiles. Sorry. Thanks for the party so we can see these wonderful projects!

  7. Thank you for such glorious inspiration!

  8. poindextr says:

    hi Jami, thank you for being a lovely hostess today – hope you and your family get to jump into a little fun this weekend (without the blackberry thorns!) xo, Diane

  9. Susan says:

    Thank you for hosting such a fun party, Jami. I love all these features and am inspired by your pillowcase and shirt covers.
    Your daughter is a doll!
    - Susan

  10. Hi Jami,

    How’ve you been? Glad to be adding my chair this week. It was a forever project, but is happily now home in the guest room. Thanks for the link up!

  11. Thank you for hosting! Have a fabulous weekend!

  12. Oh my, what sweet little cheeks she has! I love that headboard. I may have to consider that for my son’s room.

  13. Allison says:

    Edyn is a little doll, Jami! She’s just precious. My mom used to always make homemade blackberry jam in the summer. I need to try my hand at it! Beautiful creations made by everybody. Love the ruffled tote you received. What a sweet gift!

  14. hi, love your blog

  15. Jami, not sure if you read Meridian Road or not but she is selling some lavender grain sacks that are totally YOU! http://meridianroad.blogspot.com/2011/08/makes-me-wish-i-had-lavender-room.html

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