19 May 2011

. . . yellow . . .

. . . green is the color
associated with envy/jealousy . . .

. . . feeling blue? . . .
. . . that's depressing . . .

. . . and yellow? . . .
. . . that's the color
associated with
being a big fat cowardly chicken . . .
. . . as in terrified . . .
. . . as in how i feel
about cutting
into this darling fabric . . .


. . . check out the print . . .

. . . it's big . . .


. . . r.e.a.l.l.y BIG . . .
. . . and i've gotta be sure
about matching those motifs exactly. . .

. . . so that hopefully ~
these floor length curtains with grommets
{for amanda's family room}
will turn out just as she's imagined them . . .

. . . now if only they were red ~
that's the color of courage! . . .


5 comments:

manders said...

bah! it's even better rolled out on the floor! i'm so pumped! and they'll be great! you're a champion!

Bobbi said...

I feel your pain. I felt the same way cutting into the $32 a yard material to recover Kelsey's couch! But then again.... I am not the accomplished seamstress you are! It will be beautiful. Tell Amanda "new drapes.... I'm jealous!!"

cammac said...

I LOVE the fabric! GREAT taste!

chris+amber said...

this fabric is yum. and so are your sewing skillz. you'll be fine! this is good practice for when you do mine in the near future, no?

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Well it is beautiful.