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Friday, May 29, 2009

DIY: Fabric Leaf Centerpieces

I've been a little obsessed with Amy Butler lately.

First, there was the Blue Sky Hat I need to make for our upcoming honeymoon (er, "Annual Adventure") to Paris and Greece.

Then Matt and I bought a mid-century modernish chair off craigslist and want to reupholster it. I've been stalking Amy's website in search of the perfect home decor weight fabric. I've been annoyingly indecisive about the whole thing because I'm convinced that whatever fabric we choose for that chair will set the tone for our entire house (since we also need to buy a new rug because of Hoss's incessant diarrhea a few weeks back and we need to make new pillows for our couch--all of which will need to coordinate with the chair...).

Anyway, long story, short: While on her site, I came across some free downloadable patterns. Lots of them, in fact! This pattern for fabric leaves seemed particularly relevant for anyone looking for a crafty centerpiece or decoration idea (no pressure to craftify your wedding; we skipped the centerpieces and decorations altogether)...

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1 comment:

Julie said...

you should also check out anna maria horner's fabrics:


Her "Drawing Room" fabrics are home decor weight. I believe www.jcarolinecreative.com sells most of her fabrics.

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