Damn, life keeps getting in the way! I've taken a summer hiatus from blogging. Not on purpose. School is about to start back up, so I guess I should start back too. Get my creative juices flowing. Clear the cobwebs off my brain and get going.
I'll ease back in with a Friday Find. My sweet friend, Allison, recently started a blog called lovie dodd that is so cute. I could not tell you the last time we saw each other in person, but we email all of the time about decorating. I help her, she helps me, you know how that goes. Allison has great taste and has the vintage/flea market/farmers market thing going that I wish I had. We met in 1995, our freshman year in college. She has always had a little bit of hippy-earth-girl in her without smelling like potchouli, which I like!
This morning, Allison and I were emailing back and forth about fabric for our kitchens. She sends me a picture of this great Trina Turk fabric. The problem? $112 per yard. I would call that a major problem in my book.
So, I suggested that she google it and see if anyone is selling remnants from design projects. Then, I search in my long blog role for a great resource called The Designer's Attic. She is a interior designer that has a blog solely devoted to selling left over fabric from projects. I click on the link and...SHUT THE FRONT DOOR PEOPLE, ARE YOU KIDDING ME!?!?! This is today's post:
I don't even know what you call that kind of luck. $35 per yard. AH-MAY-ZING.