The original tablecloth for "Morning Glorious" ensemble. A few holes, a few pale stains - all part of its charm, but made it suitable for cutting.
The original tablecloth in CUTTER condition for "Apple Berries" tablecloth ensemble.
Vintage Tablecloth -reminds me of my mom and grandma
Front view of "Morning Glorious" dress. It is fully lined and can also be worn as a jumper on cooler days. I hadn't originally planned on using lace, but found a small hole after it was cut out, so the lace and ribbon were the simplest answer. I think they add a nice touch.
Damaged corner of "Wrought Iron & Roses" tablecloth. Limits me somewhat, but the damage is WHY I allow myself to cut up these old linens.
Tablecloth for "Wrought Iron & Roses" dress, panties and bonnet. Small tabletopper, so not much to work with.
It's quite a while now since I wrote the post about cutting up old, hand-embroidered tablecloths, the one that caused a certain amount of adverse comment.
The cut out pieces and the pattern for "Wrought Iron & Roses" tablecloth ensemble.
Front view of "Apple Berries" tablecloth dress.
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Detail of "Morning Glorious" showing the different buttons. They are white vintage plastic from the and I had to use contrasting buttons simply because I didn't have enough of one kind for the entire dress.
"Wrought Iron & Roses" bonnet made from vintage tablecloth and black-white check print.
Our guest room just got a budget makeover. Since our roommate moved out a couple of years ago, the room has served as my sewing and cra.
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