Hooked on Napkins.
As I don't really have anything to add on the skill set side of this I thought I would at least explain my fabric choices this week.
I toyed back and forth all week with making polka dot napkins out of TaDot.
Or Salt Air napkins cause I had some left over.
Then I imagined chillicheesemouth all over those fabrics.
So I turned to The Bin.
Aka The Black Hole of Fabric.
This is a little corner of my sewing room yet unseen. It's my bin of non-shop fabric. And some t-shirts that I want to turn into something. And some leather scraps for..some reason.
This bin is a 30 year process. Buried in there is fabric from my childhood that I won't part with.
Then there's the college years (which is where that horrid brown and crazy lightning bolt on the left comes from.)
The zebra is from an abandoned safari bedroom project. (So glad I gave up on that).
You get the idea.
So I rummaged around until I found two pieces of appropriately sized fabric for this week's project and used them.
There aren't any hooks in the house so the tree offered to model.
You know how some houses are known for something?
Fabulous dinner parties with place cards?
I think I'm making a bid for the House with the Mismatched and Tacky Napkins.
Maybe I'll throw a zebra one in there...