{Air Your Laundry Friday} Textile Party #37

Thank you all for your lovely links last week.
And yeah, some of you might have stopped by at 10 pm on the nose
only to see that I forgot the linky tool…duh.
I realized it about 15 minutes later so I hope you circled back.
(And, thanks to Jaime Lyn at Crafty, Scrappy, Happy who kept me in check there.)
Anyhow, I seriously might have to outsource choosing features
because it is so difficult for me to choose among all the pretties each week.
I know I always say that, but it’s true!
Any takers?
Here are a handful of favorites from last week…
Kathleen at Charm Bracelet Diva shared her out-of-the-bag slipcover
which just goes to show that you do not have to have sewing skills (or TIME or big $)
to transform and slipcover a sofa.
What I also love about this one are the beautiful pillows
and the fact that she didn’t fuss with the iron.
(Now, those wrinkles will likely fall out naturally 
but I love an imperfect, casual, shabby, wrinkled look.)
Man, I used to fuss like crazy over my Pottery Barn slip wrinkles
but I’ve since come to love them.
While we’re on the sofa subject, Jared & Mary at Ugly Muffin Library
MADE this awesome sofa.
They share the tutorial and it looks pretty doable if you have some basic building skills.
Susan at Maple & Magnolia took my breath away with two beautiful links last week.
First, her guest cottage kitchen reveal…
(Hey, Amy…There’s the sink you want!)
Secondly, she shared and easy tutorial for a linen inspiration board.
Love the linen and the tack details.
I thought this Squeaky Clean Gift set made by Brandy at Gluesticks
was an adorable idea!
I know what three children are getting for Christmas.
There are two things I love about this tablescape link from B & B’s Nest:
1) The gorgeous Autumn tablescape
2) Her beautiful French Country chairs.
I adore the beautiful simplicity of this tablescape
and it wouldn’t break the bank to achieve it either.
So that’s what I have for you this week.
Thank you again so much for linking up or looking around.

Textile Party Rules
1. Please link up TEXTILE (FABRIC) 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).
I’ll see you tomorrow morning with an awesome giveaway!

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. Katie says:

    I love the features this week! They are all so creative and gorgeous!! Thanks for hosting Jami!

  2. Jami, thanks so much for the double-feature ;) this week. I rarely have textile projects so I’m always happy to be able to join your party when I do! The other features were amazing. Thanks for hosting! Susan

  3. Jami, such great projects you’ve shared from last week! Love the little kitchen reveal, and that sofa…amazing!
    Hope it’s ok I linked up this week, and thank you in advance for your hospitality, hugs, tami

  4. Stephanie says:

    I am a taker! A taker of helping you pick out highlighted link ups, that is! I linked up this week, can you believe it? Nothing fancy but hey I got out the sewing machine at least. Thanks for the party Jami!

  5. 4Eighteen says:

    This is fun! THANKS! I apologize, it said it didn’t work the first time and now I have added mine twice. I can’t delete it, please help. THANKS!!!

  6. Courtney ~ French Country Cottage says:

    Hey there!!
    I saw your party pop up on my blogroll and came on over and linked up a fabric creation! :) Thanks for hosting!

  7. Allison says:

    Wonderful features. I love that charming guest cottage kitchen! Happy Friday to you, Jami!

  8. Hahaha!! I was scrolling through your picks, and I stopped to stare at that sink!! And then I saw your little note underneath….so I had a nice chuckle this morning. Lots of great features, I don’t know how you pick either!!

  9. Lesley says:

    omg….I thought of Amy with the sink too!!! lol funny

  10. Jami
    Can you tell me the best way to clean vintage fabrics like doilies and runners? Thanks

  11. Thanks so much for the feature (I loved the wrinkles, too!) and thanks for hosting!


thank you for taking a minute to write...


CommentLuv badge