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I love finding new ways to sew with things I already have. ?Vintage Sheets and Handkerchiefs are two of my favorite items to repurpose. I’;m lucky enough to live in an area where you can find them pretty easily! ?If you love to sew with Vintage Linens too; I thought I’;d share with you some of my very favorite Vintage Sheet Sewing Projects from around the web!

I’;ve looked high and low for project ideas for you. A few years ago a friend made me some PJ bottoms from a Vintage Sheet. They were oh so comfy and cute. I started thinking about those PJ’;s a few days ago and hunting Pinterest for tutorials; which led me to the idea to create a collection of cute Vintage Linen Sewing Projects to share with you!!

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Just click the photo or the text to take you to the original tutorial!


Vintage Linens Quilt @ So Into Vintage

Vintage Sheet Bunting @ Raising Up Rubies

Vintage Sheet Wrapped Hangers @ Sugar Beans

Vintage Sheet Dresden Pillow @ In Color Order

Vinage Linen Banner @ OhDeeDoh

Handmade Vintage Table Runner @ So Into Vintage

Apron for Hand Made Doll

Baby Burp Cloths from Vintage Linens

Vintage Hankerchief Quilt

Vintage Sheet Blanket @ Lovely Nest Designs

Vintage Sheet Shopping Cart Liner @ Retro Revival

Vintage Sheet Duvet Cover @ My Moppet

A Line Dress &; Pantaloons @ Craftsy

Vintage Sheet Summer Jammies @ mmmCrafts

Tops from Vintage Sheets Polka Dot Cottage

Handkercheif Valance @ Flamingo Toes

Vintage Linen Buttons @ Isa Creative Musings

DIY Dish Towels @ Farm Chicks

Vintage Sheet Cocktail Napkins @ Design Sponge

Vintage Sheet Quilt @ Wonky Patchwork

Vintage Sheet Robe @Melly Sews

Vintage Sheet Quilt @ Katie’;s Kitchen Blog

Vintage Sheet PJ Bottoms @ Vintage Sheet Blog

Vintage Linen Dresses (order from Naughty Shorts!)?

I also write for eBay and created this article with Tips for Prepping Vintage Linens for Projects! ?(the eBay article is sponsored).

When we received our photographs from Kristen Clayville, I immediately texted a friend and told her how much I loved them. Her response was “It’s kind of a miracle when the mother of 3 young children says she loves her family photos.” It’s true, photos can be challenging with kids because they easily become camera shy, have a short attention span and just don’t want to cooperate. That’s why I took a different approach to our recent winter family photos. I am excited to share our family photos and my family photo tips today!I made it an activity, or as Adalyn would say “a fun thing.” It encouraged?the girls to relax and have fun and allowed our photographer to capture the personalities of everyone in our family. Instead of feeling exhausted and frustrated when our session concluded, we talked about how much fun we had all the way home.A few minutes before our photos, I set up a little picnic complete with hot chocolaterustic pillow covers, cinnamon rolls and plenty of marshmallows. It was COLD outside, so we cozied up with pillows and blankets, using one of my vintage sleds for seating. Rather than dressing up, we wore what we do on a daily basis, which made the girls more comfortable. I wish I had done the same for Adalyn’s Christmas program at preschool…she itched her legs and adjusted her tights the entire time she was on stage!A cinnamon roll face is a happy face!To maximize the time and attention span of the girls, we did something different every few minutes. First, the girls were in amazement to find a picnic set up just for them nestled behind the trees. Once that wore off, we had breakfast, followed by hot chocolate.We had SO much fun and I’m thankful to have this photograph to remember this moment.Sweet little Isla bear.Adalyn and Aniston have so much love for one another, they just can’t help but show it. Best of friends and sweetest of sisters.Adalyn is such a beautiful child – an old soul.Even packing up was fun!?For more creative ideas, follow me on?Bloglovin?and?Facebook, pin with me on?Pinterest?and go behind the scenes on?Instagram.

This week on the podcast, we’re talking to stylist and self-proclaimed hoarder Ginny Branch! Ginny helps style the rooms for our catalog, and she’s worked with some of the most beloved brands across the country including Southern Living, Country Living, Coastal Living, Design*Sponge, Cooking Light, and Martha Stewart Weddings. We sat down to talk with Ginny about how she started styling, why she loves hats, her most recent travels, and her favorite accessories!

It seems that Quilt Blocks seem to be “the” topic on the blog this week! ?I hope you’re already stitching away on your January Blocks! ? Today I’m going to chat a bit about?the new book, Sister Sampler Quilts by AnneMarie Chany, and show ?you some blocks that I made from the patterns in her book.