Friday, September 19, 2008

Spring Curtains Sneak Peek

I have been busy in the garden, but these last two days have been windy and rainy, so I decided to do something that's been on my "To Do" List for a while, indoors. I've been wanting to change the curtains in the kitchen! The old curtains look fine but they are just way too heavy for my liking, they make it difficult for laundry. So it's time for a change!
Before
Here's the sneak peeks of one side of the finished curtains, I opted for Blue and White Roses, the fabric is so much lighter and easier to manage, cheerier and happier and everything. I will have to go now so I can finish the other half! Hope everyone of you will have a beautiful weekend.
After
(20 Sept 2008) Note : Below are the finished curtains! Now I'll go and play with the different lengths with those adjustable ties!!

11 comments:

Ivory Spring said...

Hi Rosy,

I thought of you in the past few days, and wondered if you were alright! I am glad all is well! :)

Love the new curtains - you are obviously very talented in making the curtains. I love the lace tie-back thingies...

Have a great weekend yourself.

Maryjane - The Beehive Cottage said...

Hello Sweet Rosy!

LOVE your new SPRING curtains!!! They are so pretty and fresh. So funny to read "Spring" when Fall starts here in a couple days! But I truly believe "it's a small world after all"! Have a wonderful day Rosy and off to bed for me!

Hugs,
Maryjane

Jan and Tom's Place said...

Love them!! The blue roses and the lace on top, is beautiful!!

~Blessings,
Jan

Anonymous said...

White and blue, espeically with roses match always catch my eyes. Somehow it brings me a feeling of "shin foo"(4th and 2nd tone), just like when I see chocolate, colorful candies, herbs and yummy dessert...
Simply Roses

Kelli @ Vintage Vavoom said...

Those are just gorgeous!! I'm so jealous you are going into spring and we are going into the winter blah.

Stephanie said...

Hello...I was just lost...wandering around in your beautiful blog. I am amazed at all of the beautiful things to look at. What a feast!

Such an inspiration to me.

Stephanie

Cottage Rose said...

Hello; I was reading a post at Maryjane's and saw your blog address, and boy am I glad to popped by. I so love your curtains. They are very bright and cheery you did a great job on them. I will be back to visit again. have a great weekend.

hugs;
Alaura

bj said...

I love your new curtains. They are such a pretty blue. What I like most is that you can raise them completely up and let the sunshine stream in ! Yummy!!

Angie said...

Hi... it's my first time stopping by. I love all your beautiful things. You've got so many lovely pictures to look at on your blog. I'll be back again.

www.theamericanhomemaker.blogspot.com

Ivory Spring said...

Hi Rosy,

I forgot to tell you -- my heirloom sewing mentor has been under the weather, therefore, I haven't had any daygown updates. Hopefully, this week... :)

Ivory Spring said...

Good morning, Rosy...

The heirloom dollhouse sounds absolutely charming!

I am glad you liked the Apple Crisp -- maybe you could section out a little corner without nuts next time for one of your kids. :)