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Star Wars Baby

I make fab baby burp cloths with cotton fabric on one side and organic terry towelling on the other, but when a friend asked if I could make some custom ones I jumped at the chance. 53 more words

Handmade Haven

@ParachuteHome Lands in Soho

Parachute the on-line retailer known for their high end yet reasonably priced bed linens just landed in Soho, their first brick and mortar in NYC. Their bedding comes in three variations percal, satin and linen. 129 more words

Steve's Best Of...

Linens on the Line

Columbia County, New York  I  Monday, 11 June 2018

I love linens, especially pretty dish towels.

In the past few years, I’ve discovered I really like dish towels made in India. 1,048 more words


Wilson's Girl Gets Real

I stopped by Wilson’s today to get some new curtains for my bedroom.  Walking through the doors, I felt that familiar wave of comfort and nostalgia that I’ve come to associate with this beloved fixture of the community.  531 more words

Wilson's Department Store

life on repeat

Wood needles & wooden yarn, another Ranunculus cast on, this one in lacy eco friendly tencel. The Lykke Driftwoods are giving this slippery knit just enough enjoyable drag. 87 more words


Shabby Chic

There’s such a thing as southern shabby chic. Growing up in Louisiana, I was surrounded by it. In my world, shabby chic included beautiful old furniture that had that “loved look.” It meant we enjoyed what had been lovingly handed down through the generations, including Nana’s mahogany dining table that had a cigarette burn (or two) on the top, Grandad’s upholstered living room chair that had a couple of moth holes and many frayed threads around the bottom, and Aunt Lillian’s (pronounced Lil-yun) china platter with the chip on the edge. 565 more words


Something Colourful...

I like to reuse or re-purpose things where I can, so when I find vintage sheets in charity shops or at car boot sales, I make a beeline for them. 19 more words

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