Saturday, May 17, 2008

Show and Tell Sundays: Linens

This week's "Show and Tell Sunday's" topic is Linens..... let me first apologize for my lack of ironing.... (just not high on the priority list!) I love vintage baby linens and florals as you will see by some of my favorites which I have photographed here. The baby blanket was mine when I was a baby and is a possession close to my heart. I have always longed for a piece of vintage toille or a chenille bedspread..... I am thinking some of you are going to make me into a green eyed monster!! Thank you to Sugar Sugar and Little Pink Studio for Show and Tell Sundays.






















































10 comments:

Mya said...

Jenn,
I really love your baby blanket. How sweet that you still have it. Thank you for visiting me and I didn't even notice tha lack of ironing. I think you will be fine unless a Martha Stewert comes along.
Have a wonderful day.
-Mya

just being crafty said...

Your linen's are just beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing them.

Kathy

Karen said...

Hello Jenn, That baby blanket and the embroidery is adorable. Your floral prints are amazing. I love the rich colours. Have a good long weekend ! ( I see you live in Ontario too)

Karen at Ciderantiques

Counting Your Blessings said...

That's so cool that you have your baby blanket. My dad saved a little yellow dress that he bought for me when I was born and he gave it to my daughter a few years ago.

I LOVE that rose print that's in the photo under the heart! Blessings... polly

Margo said...

Love those embroidered baby chicks! SO sweet!
Margo

sherry said...

I love the baby blanket, how fortunate you are that your mother saved this for you. Thanks for sharing!

Lori said...

i love the chicks too, how sweet:) thanks for sharing your cute collection!!!

Alisa said...

Love the blue strip with the little roses! So pretty!
Alisa

Carla said...

Thanks for sharing your collection. The little chicks embroidery is so sweet.

very CALM said...

Looks like we have similar tastes in the chintz floral fabrics. I have some of the same ones, purchased from the former Schumacher Waverly outlet in Massachusetts to make tablecloths and napkins.

I know what you mean about the memories associated with pictures from your childhood. They are precious.

Will bookmark your blog.

Blessings!