Finally a Curtain

So it is nothing fancy. It was actually the only washed piece of scrap fabric I had that would fit the window. Quite girly with its pink floral print but when doing the edges I decided to add a little flair. I used an almost olive green thread and a triple stitch straight stitch. Unfortunately I actually think it made it a little ‘cuter’ ha-ha. The picture sucks but here it is anyways.

Curtain for the Door

I buy quite a bit of fabric as scrap from the thrift stores since it is so cheap and there can be decent amounts there. I was extremely disappointed going through them to find so many unwashed. So now I have to go through all these pieces of fabric and wash the ones that need to be. My curtain would have been awesome if I had not run into that problem.

I believe I bought thread for my napkin and placemat set, so I imagine that will be the next thing I complete. I washed all my new pieces of fabric already so they just need to be ironed before getting cut up. I will also do a step by step with those ones. Just a couple things I need to decide on between now and tomorrow.

Aprons – The Begining

I own one apron and I rather hate it. It is very short and suppose to be a full apron. I do have to say though having a full chest does not make a full apron very comfortable. I prefer wearing a half apron that I can tie just above my natural waist. Or at this time in my life that is a bit higher ha-ha.

I went online and found some free patterns. Seeing as I have a bunch of fabrics I need to use up. I though hey why not? Aprons don’t take four yards or anything. I found one that is quite a bit longer but it’s made with fat quarters, this should work perfect as long as I can match the fabric types. 

Other then that one I have not decided what else I am doing. It is a place to start and that is all that matters. Once I get the materials all figured out I will post on my process. 

If you had been following me before, I posted about sewing some other things but I am not quite there yet. I still have to take the time to figure out nice thread to go with it. But that is another topic. Till then hold on and you with see a beautiful or possibly horrible apron from begining to end!