Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Table Cloth Challenge, Finished projects

Today it’s show & tell-time for the participants of the Table Cloth Challenge. If you did not sign up in March and have made something from a table cloth, you’re still welcome to add a link to your post here. It’s simple:

1: Post a picture of your finished project on your blog (or use an old post if you have one).

2: Add the link to your specific post (not just your blog address) to Mister Linky.

That's all!

If you have been reading this blog for a while you already know that I have been totally smitten with old table cloths and have made quite a few smaller projects. You might also have seen my Happy House project in progress. Well, now it’s finished and I found a way to display the 9 little quilts together for a picture (without buying anything I might add). Unfortunately it was rather windy outside today, so they were moving all the time. Anyway, here are my Happy Houses
I used string, pearl cotton thread and wooden dowels for getting the three rows.

And here is Brit’s project, a very cool summer bag, perfect for a trip to the beach.Isn’t it amazing what you can do with an old table cloth?

Now I’m looking forward to see your projects!

7 comments:

  1. I am up with scared dog, thunderstorms coming...like the house's quilts on the house! Houses to protect the house if you will! These came out great. Can't wait to see all the projects from everyone, there will be fabulous things being doing all over the world to tablecloths. xox Corrine

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  2. This was a fun project! Storms are coming our way today too.

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  3. Your little mini's are so cute, and that summer bag is going to be awesome! I'm inspired.

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  4. I love your little houses -- such great colors! Thanks for letting me link! I like nothing better than to rescue a tablecloth and make it new again!

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  5. I’m smitten by your Happy Houses!

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  6. The houses look great, very colorful. I'll enjoy checking out all of the participants' work.

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  7. A gallery-worthy house display! Beautiful!

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