Thursday, September 18, 2008

Once a tease always a tease

I'm not going to tell you what room this is going in. And I'm not going to tell you what I am making with it. But do come back because one day I will have the Big Reveal. It may take me awhile but I think you are going to like it!
And no it isn't a rug. I just stepped on the fabric. Those toes should have been painted pink for this post. And no that wasn't Big Foot!

19 comments:

ROSE VINE COTTAGE said...

Hey Sis,
Oh how I wish I could go with you and that fabric, I love it, it's just perfect and it will look good no matter where you put it. I'm guessing a victorian couch in your front parlor. I need to go back and look at it again though. I can't wait to see pic when you come home.
Hugs~Kelly

ROSE VINE COTTAGE said...

Me again, is that a new fabric or an antique?
Hugs again~Kelly

Shabby Addict said...

That fabric is absolutely beautiful! I will be checking back all the time because now you've got me all curious!

Priscila said...

oh i love that fabric...where did you get it? I love it

Cori G. said...

Hi Becky,
That is one of my favorite fabric patterns...let's see, I'm guessing drapes, matching dust ruffle, and pillows. Am I right? Guess I won't know for awhile.
Didn't you have a banner on this site?
Have a blessed day!
Cori

Simply Dandy said...

That is beautiful fabric. Is it new or vintage? Oops, I just saw Kelly already asked that...we are triplets aren't we!!

Hugs,
LeAnn:)

Cori G. said...

HI Becky,
I have an award on my blog for you. Oh, by the way, your feet are nothing compared to the little guy on the award. Ha Ha!
Have a wonderful evening.

Tricia said...

NO WAY!!!! I sat in the swing on your porch in March, right before pilgrimage! I have a picture of this house because it was vacant and I boldy walked up to the porch and made myself at home. My friend couldn't believe I did that. I so, so, so loved that little house. I talked to the man right up the street. I peeked in the windows and loved the mantels. I am so glad someone rescued the house. It was in such need of a warm loving lady with pink on her mind! I live about 2 hours away, in Shelby county.

Margie said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous fabric! I can't wait to see what you do with it!

Kayla said...

Wow that is such beautiful fabric. Thanks for visiting my blog. My husband and I have the same dreams you are living now. I'm obsessed with bed and breakfasts and I my husband is addicted to fishing. I'ts encouraging to see someone who made it happen for themselves.

Krista ~ Bits and pieces said...

Love that fabric~ beautiful!

Wendy said...

pretty fabric. I'm interested to see what you do with it.

Sharon~heartsongs said...

I love that fabric too. Your house will be beautiful when you finish.

Cori G. said...

Hi Becky,
I'm looking at that fabric AGAIN and I think it would make a beautiful banner for this blog. Any ideas?

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

I think that is the most beautiful fabric I've ever seen! Wow! I can't wait to see what you are going to do with that!

Theresa @ Take A Sentimental Journey said...

I totally agree with Cindy ! BEAUTIFUL !!!! Hurry up with that project , hehehehe .

joanie said...

Your fabric is gorgeous. If it is still available in commerce, would you be willing to share the name of it? I know whatever you make with it will be stunning!

Mo..."Mo's Cottage" said...

Hi Becky....
I know where the pink fabric is going......in my room right????? I do love that fabric....where ever you put it it will look great....The house is really coming along....I love everything....the curtains look fabulous....can not wait to see the bathroom on Saturday...
Love and hugs,
Mo :-)

Kim's Cottage said...

I thought I commented on this the other day, but I don't see it here, so here goes again...

I think that fabric would be perfect as wallpaper. It reminds me of the fabric I used on one wall in my kitchen in our old house. Looks like you might have enough there for that, depending on the height & width of the wall of course.

It's a beautiful pattern.


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