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I am finally finished sewing for Lily’s room.
Bunny is very old. Lovingly handmade perhaps a hundred years ago and dressed in antique calico grain sack fabric.
I have loads of vintage fabrics I have collected at various flea markets over the years and I’m on a mission to use my fabrics and finally enjoy them!
These pillowcases were so simple to make but I have misplaced the directions I wrote for how to make them.
Perhaps I’ll write a tutorial when I find my little sketchbook….
I have a nice little sketch book to write all of my ideas in but somehow I am always losing it.
The quilt on lily’s bed is an old piece I bought at a flea market in a small French town called Isle Sur La Sorgue. I bought it when she was one, thinking I might someday use it on her bed. I have always loved it and it’s perfect on the old wood bed, which I recently painted a cheery pink.
It had been previously painted white with a “Shabby Chic” finish, but over the years it had become more shabby than chic, with marker drawings and all sorts of nonsense scribbled on it.
I was tempted to leave it as a memory, like the wall I have in my kitchen with all of the kids heights marked on it.
But the urge to paint something pink was stronger.