(air your laundry friday) textile party

Happy Thursday.

I was nearly late to my own party tonight.
I followed a rabbit trail that I found in one of last week’s adorable party links…

Jamie at Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom linked up the darling Hailey Ruffled Jacket that she made for her daughter.
Her daughter is just as darling!

And of course, I just had to check out the shop where she purchased the pattern so that I can make a denim one for Edyn.
And of course, I had to snoop around and throw a few cute patterns in my cart.
I have a Fall/Winter wardrobe to sew, after all.
; )

Speaking of cute little girl things, I love this Little Girl’s Shop Keep set from Kara at McMaster & Storm,
complete with a linen table cloth, measuring tape trim and a vintage register!

I love creative play…especially when it involves linen and vintage.
Kara went all out for the little shop details!

Can’t wait to see what you’ve been sewing this week!

Two simple party rules:
1. This is a textile {fabric} project party only.
2. Please take a minute and link back to the party in your post.

Have a lovely weekend!

This has little to do with laundry, but…my lower cabinets are now teal!
White-washing tomorrow and then I’ll share photos!


  1. Kathryn says:

    I love both, and I love fabric…but alas I am allergic to the art of sewing….I have twice broke out my machine and I still need to do a lot more with vintage that I have from family…

    I want to say the second picture got me to smiling,and thinking of a past customers comment…one day she and her grand daughter came in, I was on the floor and she came up to me and said you will love this..the other day I asked was she playing store and she said nope..playing Dillard’s like Kathryn…I laughed and now I cry…that young lady is now grown and I run into her now and then at grocery stores…and we talk…lucky she went into teaching not retail….so much better for family…thanks for the post…some day I will do some pillows to post

  2. kara says:

    thanks for sharing the shop keep set! I cannot believe I actually sewed a fitted tablecloth!
    I used directions in the French General Home Sewn to assist me! {love that book}

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