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February 7, 2013

Check Out Kathy's Beautiful Finish of Faux Grain Sack Dish Towels

We're expected to get two feet of snow starting tomorrow, and I went looking for something that I could do in case the power goes out. Check out these projects from the blog Dee Duncan writes at 
Vintage Country Style.  Thank you Kathy at Kittredge Mercantile  
for posting about her recent finish of faux grain sack dish towels.
They came out beautiful, Kathy! She listed the link for Dee's tutorials so I wanted to share with more of us bloggers.
The links are below. 
I have the deep blue paint and I found some very old feed sacks that have no printing left on them anymore, it's so faded it's almost invisible. I thought I'd use those to work on. Even if the power doesn't go out, it's looking like a great project to work on. I've got my sister's birthday coming up, and if the Izannah Walker doll doesn't work out, I need back up's!!
Thank you, Kathy and Dee:
http://vintagecountrystyle.blogspot.com/p/tutorials.html
 Faux grain sack pillow covers,
Repro blue stripe grain sack flour towels

Vintage Country Style: Tutorials

5 comments:

Trace4J said...

Stay safe and warm friend
Woolie hugs
Trace

Joyce Mayer said...

Hi Miss Susan,

Is it snowing....sigh. "Where you bean, jelly bean", I been missin' ya. (Oops, Mom doesn't like when I misuse the English language, but I think it makes me look cute, giggle.)

Heaps of Hugs
Prudence♥

Firecracker Kid said...

Hi Susan :) We're getting high winds I believe are from that nor'easter.
Hey, I saw those towels that Kathy did and they look authentic. It's always good to have a back up plan :)

Hugs~Carol

Farmhouse prims said...

Hi Susan, stay safe and warm. Thank you for sharing these wonderful links, love the towels! hugs, Lecia

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Susan, it is so good to see you back blogging, we've missed you! I saw Dee's tutorial on Facebook and then saw Kathy's towels that she made, they turned out so beautifully! Can't wait to see yours and hope you made it through the storm safe and sound.

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