Saturday, July 17, 2010

Seams Sewed


Hi! The curtains are finished. Yes, the sewing was simple and after that, felt bunting. Done.

I hung this peg rack so I can look at my mother-in-law's old aprons.


It's a quiet weekend, isn't it?






Bill's home. Gladness.

11 comments:

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Good Evening Sweetie...
What beautiful shares you have this evening. I am so touched to look. I love the aprons of your MIL that are now hanging from that precious peg. So country and comfy. I love it.

Oh I love sunflowers. Thank you for sharing the one playing peek-a-boo and then the second completely opened. They are beautiful, and yes to me they say SUMMER.

Have a gorgeous evening sweet friend.

Country hugs sweetie...Sherry

wayside wanderer said...

Yay for all the sewing you have done but especially for Bill being home safe and sound! The spikey look of the sunflower bud is really a great picture and the aprons are so special. What a great idea to display them. I have one that my grandmother wore (we called her Honey) and it is super teeny weeny. I remember her being built much like I am so I can't imagine when she would have worn it, but it is a treasure all the same.

Patricia Torres said...

I love quite weekends... and simply love your peg rack... :-)

Gumbo Lily said...

Sewing projects are so satisfying. Unlike laundry and dishes, it lasts awhile. Love the sunflowery pics and the aprons hanging in a row.

I'm glad Bill's home. Happy Weekend.

Jody

Saleslady371 said...

Lovely pics! Have a great weekend.

♥ Tina, the quiet homemaker said...

You made your bunting!! Yay for you!!! Beautiful! xxx

Mrs Yappy Dog said...

Felt bunting is a good idea - quick to make I think I will do some too. No sewing for me, been clearing the garage, having friends round for a bbq and out clearing weeds in the garden, enjoy your week. Betty xxx

melanie said...

Lovely bunting, adds such cheeriness to a home :) xxx

åslaug abigail said...

So so glad to know Bill is home, safe and sound. I LOVE knowing you're in a state of gladness!!
LOVE from Norway to your little corner of the world!! =) =)

The dB family said...

You have been busy! Did you know that for the longest time I didn't know what a bunting was? I'm so glad you've posted photos of them on your blog. Now, I'm planning a bunting too! I am glad Bill is home safe again! I hope you had an enjoyable and relaxing weekend!

Blessings!
Deborah

libbyquilter said...

nothing signifies gladness like the summer sunflower.
it's a good way to feel and a beautiful way to look~!

:-)
libbyQ

p.s. the bunting has turned out wonderfully~!!~

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