~ The Power of Print ~

So ... I sewed.

I sewed curtains for my kitchen. I am quite thrilled with how they turned out ... which so beats the alternative.

I love how the cobalt blue in the lovely, leafy pattern shows against the pale aqua of the walls. Once I hung the curtains ... (Oh, who am I kidding, Mrs. Gee hung the curtains because Mrs. Gee is tall and I am decidedly ... not. Thank you PDaddy for contributing some tall genes. Thank you Mrs. Gee for hanging every single curtain [and rod] in my house.) ... I realized how happy I was that there were not beautiful white shutters on those windows like I was blessed with in so many other rooms in the house. The print delights me every dang time I walk into the room. If you ever wondered just why I am so in love with fabric ... now you know.

In other, more excrutiatingly painful news ... my back and I are once again no longer speaking. This could possibly be due to the fact that I lugged things around the garage this morning for about 3 hours. Much of that lugging was into a four foot tall space that is under my living room. The one time that being short could be an advantage and I'm not short enough. Seriously ... that can't be fair.

Oh, who cares. I've got print in my kitchen and room for my car.

And I sewed.

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Glamma Fabulous aka Kelley Smith said...

Sewing is the final consecration of your beautiful new home sweet home. Sounds like everything is in place now. Yeah! XOXOX

ginny said...

I thought I commented on this yesterday... oh well. They look great!

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

...and the curtains are so very cute, too!!!! Super job, Mary!

Girl, take care of that back! I had a ruptured disc in mine and had to have surgery. Now I live with all kinds of pain and numbness in my foot. So beeeee good to the backaroo!!!