Thursday, February 25, 2010

it's like my very own game show

Thank you for playing along on the debut episode of the 'What's she doing to those vintage tablecloths now?'

You may recall this doily factory project and it's related guessing game.

There were many clever (and inspiring) guesses as to 'What is this?' and I'm pleased to announce the correct answer came from cherrypit. I can only imagine how she combined keen investigative skills and an unrestrained love of vintage fabrics to come up with her theory:

"... I was thinking if they were a little smaller they would make delightful  napkin rings ... perhaps with a vintage button or two. I can see them with an oversized white linen napkin."

 Well done! Cherrypit, a set of custom vintage tablecloth napkin rings are yours!

And don't miss this! There's a really great giveaway going on at 521 Lake Street. If you're a fan of Cath Kidston, you'll love it.


  1. Love the napkin ring idea ... clever & a darling touch.

    Have a beautiful day ~
    Hugs, Marydon

  2. What a great idea for using up small bits of left over vintage fabrics!!

  3. Congratulations to the lucky winner...and more inspiration from you! The napkin ring idea is great.
    ♥, Susan

  4. Cute, cute napkin rings! I love anything made from vintage fabric. Heading over to 521 Lake St. now!
    Have a great weekend!

  5. Amy,
    I love this much for a set of them please???? :) They are screaming my name! LOVE THEM!

  6. What a clever idea! they are so sweet.
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Bridie x

  7. WOW!!!!! It is my lucky day!!!! These are fantastic! I can't believe I was right. I just love how you pieced them together and tied them. They are ooozing with charm! Thank you Amy! I can hardly wait to set a spring table. You rock!!!!! Have a wonderful weekend!

  8. Aren't those just the cutest things! She's a smart girl.

  9. Now you are a clever one aren't you! These are adorable. How am I going to resist them?

  10. just discovered your fun and cheery blog and am loving it!



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