Wednesday, March 24, 2010

A Nice Surprise

The other day my hubby surprised me by whipping up curtains for my Studio. He's sweet like that.  Blue and white is my all time favourite colour combination.  I love toile and have had this fabric for years.

Do you pick up fabric without a specific use for it but just because you love it?  Hey, I just noticed the horses.  So that's why he whipped those curtains up so quickly!

                                                Bob and Pumpkin

Please don't look at the unfinished hems.  Just enjoy the white tulips.  White is my favourite colour for flowers.  My Studio is nearly finished, just needs the window trim and baseboards.

Have a great day!

8 comments:

Vintage Sassy said...

You have a husband who sews for you???? That is sooooo sweet! I can see why you love the fabric, it's gorgeous.

LeAnn:)

My Yellow House said...

Gorgeous fabric and gorgeous husband!! How sweet is he to do that for you - they look beautiful especially with the flowers.
:) Sarah

Liberty Biberty said...

Wow! The curtains look great, I love toile too and yes, I have far too many fabrics that I've bought just because I like them!
Love that crown cushion too.
Tell your hubby he is the best!
Mercedes

L said...

aww, points for dad!
Your studio is looking better and better...it makes me want a room to decorate!

Jeanneoli said...

Did you just say your HUSBAND??? Be still my beating heart:-)

Honey said...

I always buy fabric just because. :) Your studio is looking wonderful!! The curtains are so sweet...especially since they were made with love for you. Your pillows would sell on Etsy no problem. And, what is a hot cross bun? I have never had one. But they looked delish. Is your Sophie doggie a Shih Tzu? If so, I have one to! :)

GardenofDaisies said...

Hi Deb, I know I have visited you before, and I thought I was a follower, but apparently I didn't click the button or something. Anyway, now I am!! :-)

Terra said...

I like the photo of Bo and Pumpkin and admire your skill with cross stitch. I imagine that art takes patience.