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After inheriting her grandmother's collection of antiques, Dolores has maintained an interest in the care and sale of vintage items. The use of vintage fabrics can add interest to any home. Whether your decorating style is quirky, eclectic, classic, traditional, bohemian, minimalist, or organic, antique textiles lend a note of individuality and create a feeling of warmth. Vintage fabrics transcend fashion trends and incorporate history into the home design. Antique table linens, curtains, lace, cushions, and quilts, when used properly, create an ambiance by giving a room a unique quality. As interior decorators add an authentic note to a room with architectural salvage, you can display vintage fabrics and antique textiles to personalize your home decorating style. When deciding how to use vintage textiles, take a good look at the materials you have on hand.
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Mid-century vintage palm tree print cotton feedsack fabric - purple, aqua, lime green, a pink-red - these are like truffula trees! Lot of three vintage feed sacks, still sewn up as bags with the original chain stitching. These have pillowcase border prints, pink and a Cute and very unusual print cotton feed sack fabric, 'things that go'.
I thought it would be fun to share a bunch of creative projects using repurposed vintage hankies to get your creative wheels turning! Most of these have tutorials if you click through to the corresponding links. I hope you were inspired to DO something with you stash instead of just leaving them in a drawer. Tag us in your vintage hankie projects on Instagram!