{air your laundry friday} #45

Okay.
Seriously?
I sure hope you checked out last week’s party
because I could have easily featured 50 projects tonight.
I loved it all.
After a rough week last week,
you all put me back in the Christmas spirit.
{Thank you.}
I’m just going to get started here…
Melissa at Shabby Love shared all sorts of awesome Christmas decor.
I especially love these little ruffled trees.
I think my jaw hit the floor when I saw this.
Catherine at Freddy & Petunia transformed a huge antique mirror
into a queen size bed head.
Check out that fabric & tufting.
Ooh la la.
sweetened up a bath mat with black fabric paint and stencils.
After my jaw hit the floor with Catherine’s headboard,
I went completely light’s out after seeing Rosemary’s (Ozma of Odds) angel cloth.
Prettiest laundry ever.
I made a yarn letter for my mantel yesterday
but now I’m wantin’ to make this little fella
made by Kim at Made in a Day.
So sweet.
My at Space 46 added some burlap letters to wooden plaques.
Cute.
Katie at Raising Oranges has a bunch of pretty Christmas decor going on.
IF YOU DON’T SEW, her felt stockings, garland, and wreath embellishments
can be easily done with hot glue as well.
Here’s her wreath, up close & personal.
DIY Home Sweet Home shared this smarty pants idea
for a reusable microfiber (or felt) DIY Duster attachment to the Swiffer dusters.
Janel at Hating Martha made a pretty, knock-off Anthropologie bag.
I love this pattern. (She shares links to the tutorials.)
Loved this little felt book cover made by Miss B.
These would make great gifts covering mini photo albums
or 2012 planners.
Cynthia at Simply Chic Treasures made a beautiful, 
ruffled muslin tree skirt using Miss Mustard Seed’s tutorial for HGTV.com.
And, I’m going to stop there tonight.
As always, thank you so much for linking or looking.
I’ll be back tomorrow or Saturday with my simple & sweet Christmas mantel.
(Still haven’t gone beyond lights on the tree but I’m getting there!)
Happy Friday.
Be sure to enter my Comfort Works giveaway for $120 to spend in their shop
on some new laundry or a slipcover!
$120 will easily get you one of my triple tie slipcovers, among other things.
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 with a text link
or my button.
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Comments

  1. WhyCuzICan says:

    Thanks for another party so I can browse, enjoy ideas and …. sigh…DROOL!

    Smiles,
    Suzanne in NW Illinois at Whycuzican

  2. looooove that tree skirt!
    so excited to actually have some projects to share here!

  3. The Moerks says:

    Oh Jami, my daughter, aka Miss B is going to be so excited to see you have featured her project. Thank you so much.

  4. Katie says:

    Thank you so much for featuring my decorations :)

  5. I came to link up to your great party and saw my bag…what a nice surprise! Thanks for the feature!

  6. Ozma of Odds says:

    …hello dear mrs. roper!
    i have no laundry to share this week

    but i thank you for showing off my angel cloth:)

    i’ll be back to see your christmas decorating:)
    xo, Rosemary

  7. Jaime Lyn says:

    Beautiful features this week!!! I don’t have anything fabric related to share this week… boo! Hope you have a wonderful night!
    Jaime from crafty scrappy happy

  8. The posts you highlighted have such creative writers/creators. Loved reading all of them, and looking forward to checking out the linked posts too.
    -Joy

  9. The Moerks says:

    Whoops, my title should have been burlap wreath tutorial. Sorry, but I checked the link and it went to the right place, phew!

  10. SueAnn says:

    Seeing all that you featured put me in a holiday spirit for sure! Loved them all!
    That snowman is totally adorable!!!
    Thanks
    Hugs
    SueAnn

  11. Melissa says:

    Thank you so much Jami for featuring my Christmas trees!!!!!!!!!!

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  13. Jamie says:

    Thank you for featuring my duster. You made my day. Thank you for hosting. Can’t wait to see what everyone else has been up to.
    Jamie
    http://diyhshp.blogspot.com/
    P.S. I have a giveaway going on. Come over and check it out.

  14. Space 46 says:

    Thank you for featuring my wood plaques :) A big smile in my heart!

  15. Yay! Thank you so much for featuring my snowman!! I am so excited!!
    Kim@madeinaday.com
    http://madeinaday.com

  16. janet says:

    Hello Jami,

    So happy to be joining you this week. Hope you enjoy my vintage linen aprons.

    Happy Holidays

    Janet xox
    The Empty Nest

  17. Di says:

    I agree with you, there were so many beautiful links. Ozma’s laundry was heavenly!! Thank you and have a blessed holiday. Di

  18. The Moerks says:

    Hi Jami, thank you, thank you. I was excited when I saw your post. I have never been featured on a blog before. It was “like wow’ Miss B.

  19. Melissa says:

    Thank you for hosting this great party! I would be honored if all of you would share your talent over at Dumpster Diva!

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