{Air Your Laundry Friday} Textile Link Party #31

Hi, sweeties.
Thank you so much for linking up your pretty projects last week!
I enjoy looking at all of your projects each week but it’s so hard to pick features.
That’s about my only job complaint.
I did manage to narrow down some favorites but before I share them, 
I wanted to let you know that one of my awesome sponsors, Tracey at
just added a couple of new burlap runner styles to her lovely shop
and is offering FREE SHIPPING on runners this week.
I just {love} her wares.
And, I just {love} these projects from last week…
Susan at Evelyn & Rose recovered this darling chair
and added a monogrammed seat cushion slip.
Just the right amount of femininity.
Dear Little Dormouse linked up this precious “Tweet Tweet” Quilt.
(The little birdies are easily appliqued with a straight stitch.)
I thought this yarn & thread scraps bowl was a fabulous idea.
Elisabeth Andree even shares the link to the paste recipe to make one.
The paste would be perfect for lace & fabric scraps too!
Catherine at Stone and Rose shared a brilliant little solution for creating an affordable runner.
Why didn’t I think of that?
Have you met Amy at Whisperwood Cottage?
She is a seriously creative and talented blogger who shared a stenciled pillow tutorial last week.
It’s such an easy way to add pattern to a room or coordinate fabric to match stenciling on a wall, etc.
And lastly, how gorgeous is this vintage fabric house that Cheryl at My Sister’s House shared?
 This particular beauty is in an artist’s studio but I’d love to make one for Edyn someday.
Can’t wait to see what you’ve been working on this week!
I worked on my ruched ruffle video tutorial so I’ll share that Saturday morning.
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). 
Thank you so much for linking, looking, and reading.
(I can’t believe that 1500 of you now follow my blog. Seriously? THANK YOU!)

Happy weekend.

P.S. Perry’s “Pumpkin Pie” ice cream is out of this world.
I felt you should know that.
Due to “scraper” websites that earn revenue by scraping feeds (like an automatic copy & paste) and stealing the creative content of others, I can no longer provide FULL blog posts via email subscriptions. I apologize that you now see a partial post and have to click over to my blog for the rest. I try to create lovely and original content so I appreciate your understanding. If you don’t, I am sorry to see you leave and thank you for being a part of my journey while you were subscribed. {Jami}


  1. chris says:

    I actually am up to link! Wishing you a happy weekend. xoxo

  2. Ozma of Odds says:

    …hey ~ whatz’ up mrs. roper???

    i realize you may be getting sick of me by now, but you know us neighbors…always showing up all uninvited like!!

    i hope you like the humble offerings this week!

    xo, ozma
    (see what i did there, it’s called incognito!! ha!!)

  3. The Moerks says:

    HI Jami, I love that table runner. Such a simple idea and it looks great.

  4. Amanda says:

    Thanks for hosting another great link up, great features!

  5. Deneen says:

    Thanks for the party!

  6. Susan says:

    I’m delighted to be featured this week Jami! The entries each week are always so fascinating. I love blog-hopping in your party links.
    Thanks for such a great party!
    - Susan

  7. Hi Jami! Thank you so much for your message to me – you are one sweet lady! ;) Ok, this is my first “link up” here…and I hope it fits into to your textile requirements. ;) If it doesn’t, let me know!!! Have a great weekend!!!


  8. Katie says:

    Thanks for hosting Jami! I LOVE these features this week!

  9. Thanks for the bloggy love, Jami! I’m just catching up on my blog reading. What a treat to find this feature! :)

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