I have been taking some time off from sewing for myself and the girls to get to some long stalled home sewing projects. Sewing for the home is such a breeze after making complicated clothing...
I had a set of fat quarters lying around from the Japanese Designer Lecien's line called Flower Sugar. I had just enough to sew them together to make some simple unpleated panels for Lily's bedroom. The bunting is a project I made awhile back.
To make these simple panels you only need to sew together the fat quarters, hem the sides and bottom, hem the top with a hem long enough to create a little pocket for your drapery pole and you are good to go! Now I'd love to show you around Lily's vintage little girls room!
I painted the old dresser and bed set myself. The stool too. The bedspread is an antique I bought in France.
These cubbies were a brown color. I sanded them, painted them white, and pasted wallpaper to the backs to give them a pop of color!
This is a dress I made for her big sister Isabelle when she was little. Gigi wears it now. The third one to wear it!
A portion of Lily's vintage Breyer horse collection. We have been buying these at flea markets since she was three. We have never paid more than fifteen dollars for one.
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