* stretched napkin panels

Posted on November 17th, 2005 by maitreya. Filed under Sewing/Fabric Crafts.

We just painted our living room (“Doeskin”). I got these napkins in the fun vintage swap I did back in October, and the background color in the napkins really matched the walls nicely. So, I mounted them on stretchers according to Martha’s instructions from her old, useful show. I got the stretchers pretty cheap from fineartstore. They’re both 15 inches square.



4 Responses to “stretched napkin panels”

  1. lisa Says:

    i really like the print. artichokes are so 1970’s.

  2. cynthia Says:

    what a great idea!! they look awesome!

  3. Lara Says:

    Ahhh. They look so great. Good thing the lady behind me in line at the Goodwill didn’t steal them from me. She tried.

  4. Lizette Says:

    I missed this! It looks great. That’s what I’m trying to do with some of my embroideries too…


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