Friday, June 21, 2013

Prairie Farmhouse Style









Prairie Farmhouse Style

I love the new Prairie Farmhouse style.  
A cross between country and shabby chic.  Simple but charming.  
I needed new kitchen towels and couldn't find anything I liked.  I wanted to be able to display them and use them every day.
I found simple towels with a vintage French feel and added white cotton ruffles.  
I wanted to alter them but retain the "vintage" look.  The cotton ruffles are hand torn and left un-hemmed.  I love the "raw" edges.
I made several sets.  Some for myself and some to sell.  They are available for purchase in my Etsy shop.

Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend!
Elizabeth
   
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6 comments:

Jeanette Ann O'Donnell said...

They are lovely Elizabeth. Nice to have lovely tea towels,even to use. I had been given some nice ones as a Christmas present and didn't want to use them to spoil them. Then I thought hey,what am I thinking,just use them and enjoy,so I do. :)

Jeanne Baney said...

There is nothing like beautiful tea towels. Thank you for sharing yours! Happy Pink Saturday!

Angela said...

Your tea towels look great!
I like the look of raw edges and I love the colour of the towels.
Hugs,
Angela.

living from glory to glory said...

Dear Elizabeth, I think your idea for these towels are so neat!!
It seems a bit country with a vintage edge. You are so smart!!
You have such good taste!
Blessings, Roxy

Carol Stebner said...

These are so adorable, and I'm lovin' the colors!

Kerryanne @ Shabby Art Boutique said...

I think they are lovely Elizabeth.
Thanks for linking up at Shabbilicious Friday.