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How To Convert Doily into Candle Holder

Ready to D-I-Y: How To Convert Doily into Candle Holder

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Make an easy cover for a boring tissue box. This one was made using the printed portion of a charming, pillowcase embroidery kit.

HobbyLobby Projects - Comfy Cottage Style

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Clutch from Vintage Linens

Clutch from Vintage Linens

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Vintage Lace Wreath / Mothers Day Wreath / Romantic by treasured2

Stunning Shabby Chic Doily Flowers - jennings644 - YouTube

Wooden hanger wearing a shirt collar with organdy old nightdress

Un cintre habillé d’un col de chemise

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A candle dressed a round embroidered linen

Un photophore habillé d’un tour de lin brodé

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Bedspread antique fabrics lined with canvas and adorned with red embroidered monograms

Un couvre-lit en bouts de tissus

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Sincerely, Kinsey: Layered Lace Scarf DIY

Sincerely, Kinsey: Layered Lace Scarf DIY

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Vintage With Lace Keyring

Vintage With Lace Keyring

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▶ Vintage Handmade Flower using your lace remains - YouTube

Fabric and Lace Collage

Faith, Grace, and Crafts

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  • Karen Holford

    Yes, I will too, one day. It's so lovely!

  • Jody Regan

    It's the " one day" that is my problem.....It always turns into next week, next month, sometimes next year or the dreaded never .....get too caught up in other things, like looking through my piles of beautiful linens and doilies that I fear I'll never use.

  • Karen Holford

    Same here! I have a whole load of linens longing to be blended into something beautiful! I must pause and enjoy them and make them into something beautiful I'll see everyday to warm my heart.

  • Jody Regan

    I really hope you do Karen, and then post it here. Hopefully it will be what finally inspires me to stop buying yet more vintage linens, lace, doilies and just looking at them; then I'm stonewalled for so many reasons. At least I really enjoy looking through them all from time to time, but I have so many that I could probably craft or stitch two or three things in that amount of time. I fear it's a(n) almost hopeless cause.

  • Karen Holford

    Mmm, I have a similar addiction and problem! Keep trying to book a week to make things, but I'm a freelance writer and work has to come first! I have made a lovely duvet cover from vintage linens, and a bed skirt, gathering some of the good parts of torn linens to an old sheet. They have worked well. So keep hoping, In the mean time if looking at them collecting them makes you happy, enjoy the moment. I also made a lovely bed skirt using worn table cloths and then cutting worn napkins on the diagonal and gathering them up on top of the table cloth layer to make like petals. Quite pretty. None of these projects took more than a day, I also want to stitch doilies all over a new whole cloth quilt that I got in a sale...Need to finish the writing first...

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Mandy Pattullo - Unframed appliqued bird with embroidery on to vintage crazy quilt scrap