The Doily Factory has been humming along lately with little stacks of these rolling off the assembly line.
Is it really an assembly line when there's only one person doing the assembling?
Sachets or fancy ravioli? You decide.
Making these lavender-filled sachets is perfect for my self-diagnosed short attention span because they pile up quickly which makes me feel like I'm accomplishing something.
I made these from a tattered and stained vintage dresser scarf with lots of 'good parts' left to use. I have to wonder what some of these old linens went through to end up looking the way they do.
I always admire the time and effort that went into the embroidery on these. Thank you, Anonymous Stitcher from the past. Your work is lovely. And enduring.
These were made from a dainty vintage tea towel and one lone napkin. Someone was so meticulous -- every little stitch is perfect.
These are from a pretty white-on-white vintage doily embroidered with grapes and leaves.
And now, a special request.
Please make this weather stop. I want to wear sandals.