Friday, March 26, 2010

signs of Spring & sewing

Some signs of Spring indoors ~

~pussy willows in an old yellow vase

~a yellow striped linen tablecloth

~a lemon cake {recipe from The Gentle Art of Domesticity: Stitching, Baking, Nature, Art & the Comforts of Home }

And,

there are a couple new totes in the shop::

... one large roomy vintage barkcloth tote

...and one medium-sized tote made from a vintage cotton tablecloth.

Have a great weekend!

17 comments:

  1. The bags are really lovely. Don't you just love Jane Brocket's book?

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  2. OMG! Can I order the cake please!!:)

    My oven is broken, now I am really really going to have to get it fixed somehow because I want to try this cake, it looks soooo good.

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  3. these bags are so lovely! oh and please save me a slice of that cake will you? I'll be right over :)

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  4. This post is so lovely and homey and comforting!

    Love, Katy Noelle

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  5. Hi Deb
    the new bags are beautiful, wekk done! I too make Jane Brockets lemon cake often.

    Claire

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  6. The bags are gorgeous - and the lemon cake looks scrumptious! You've been busy, my friend. Time for me to follow your lead. Spring cleaning a bit today and then on to other things.
    ~Adrienne~

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  7. The cake looks so yummy.
    I love the bags. The tablecloth must have been so pretty, too. xx

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  8. The bags are just beautiful Deb! I love your choice of fabric. Oh and the cake looks yummy and I love Pussy Willows too! They totally speak Spring to me :) Have a wonderful day!
    Sharon

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  9. what delectable bags--I wish vintage fabric was easier to find around here!

    I'm hoping to go out and get some pussy willows tomorrow at the market--they really say "spring" to me, too.

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  10. How do you get your vintage linens so crisp and clean. I have found several vintage tablecloths and most of them have stains and are very dull in color.

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  11. How do you get your vintage linens so crisp and clean. I have found several vintage tablecloths and most of them have stains and are very dull in color.

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  12. what delectable bags--I wish vintage fabric was easier to find around here!

    I'm hoping to go out and get some pussy willows tomorrow at the market--they really say "spring" to me, too.

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  13. The bags are just beautiful Deb! I love your choice of fabric. Oh and the cake looks yummy and I love Pussy Willows too! They totally speak Spring to me :) Have a wonderful day!
    Sharon

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  14. The bags are gorgeous - and the lemon cake looks scrumptious! You've been busy, my friend. Time for me to follow your lead. Spring cleaning a bit today and then on to other things.
    ~Adrienne~

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  15. This post is so lovely and homey and comforting!

    Love, Katy Noelle

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  16. OMG! Can I order the cake please!!:)

    My oven is broken, now I am really really going to have to get it fixed somehow because I want to try this cake, it looks soooo good.

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  17. The bags are really lovely. Don't you just love Jane Brocket's book?

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