FABRICS





A couple of weeks ago when I was scurrying to get fabrics together for this deadline [which is 6 days away] I ran into Lewis and Sheron Textiles.  Of course this is the honey pot for me because I am a textile junkie times a million bazillion!

I guess it is the endless possibilities of so many colors and patterns......

 I got busy snapping a few pictures for your viewing pleasure:)

Blue is still going strong.....











I have always loved blue and green together....

I couldn't find the source of this one


Gideon Mendelson

It has that classic New England feel......

 Coral and gray's






As shown here with this fun room by Lynn Morgan....



What about yellow and gray?




It was hard fining a yellow and gray room that I liked....but this space by Christina Murphy won!


In other news..... I was wracking my brain looking for art in this laundry room when my client said "what about these"?  

Done.


And here is my sweet Cami looking out the window watching Daddy leave.  I think I need to get a different collar for her.....that red just doesn't match:)

Hopefully I will be ready for the Cathedral Tour on Sunday.....my brain is tired just thinking about the styling and editing part.

Help....

Shapooped


5 comments

Kathysue said...

Love all the blue, and a touch of green reminds me of Spring. I put green with my blues for Spring with Christopher Farr Carnival fabric and I ♥♥♥ it. Good luck on your project, you always shine!!!

Pink Camellias said...

Looking forward to the Cathedral tour Sunday - can't wait to see what you've done!

brenda murphy said...

I have followed you for a long time, and just want you to know how much I appreciate you taking the time to share your enthusiasm and love for your craft. I always come away having learned a little more about design which you convey in an easy going manner. Your design work may be lofty, but your attitude is not. Thanks for that!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing some of what's current at Lewis and Sheron. I love their store, but it's a hike from DC so I don't make it often. By the way, I'm fairly certain the uncredited photo is by Meg Braff.

Cindy Hattersley said...

You always provide me with the perfect textile fix. I wish we had a quickie fabric place close! I hate that Calico Corners requires you to order everything now (big mistake on their part me thinks).

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