Doilies for the bath-house

My sewing skills are modest, apparently. The poor doily curtain partly fell apart before it got hanged for the first time. Can you see the holes? But who cares, it’s charming isin´t it ;)

Doily lamp by Shannon South again. Isabelle did an awesome doily lamp as well last year, don’t find it on the site anymore though…

UPDATE thank you Mojca for leading me right. Here is Isabelle’s great lamp!

Screenprinted room – Absolute Monarchy by Elizabeth Corkery.

 

29 Responses to Doilies for the bath-house

  1. marie-louise says:

    Godmorgon Elisabeth,
    vad fint det blir med dina spetsar. jag har ju oxå en del… Och jag brukar stärka mina, flera gånger doppar jag och strycker och sen blir dom hårda som ett kex och då älskar jag dom ännu mer!

  2. marie-louise says:

    Stryker, inte strycker

  3. Merja says:

    No worries.. cannot see the holes… it turned out beautiful. I’ve been meaning to do something similar for my living room which still has no curtains and we have lived here for two years.

    I’m also going ooh-aah at your windows! I love those panes.

  4. Mojca says:

    Hello!

    Were you looking for this lace lamp DIY from Isabelle?
    http://dosfamily.com/2011/01/lace-lamp/

    Mojca

  5. Inger Marie says:

    love the curtain!

  6. Kylie says:

    Wow! It looks fabulous Elisabeth. Love it :) Kx

  7. bmo says:

    inspirerad blir jag…tack!

  8. Bamarang.se says:

    Hej Elisabeth!

    Vi har bloggat om dig och dina ljuvliga illustrationer idag. Välkommen in och läs på http://projektbamarang.tumblr.com :)
    Mvh Cecilia på Bamarang

  9. Looks fantastic!
    Here is the link to our lace – doily lamp.
    http://dosfamily.com/2012/04/crochet-cup-cakes-from-erica-laurell/

    xx
    Isabelle

  10. lovely doilly curtain dear , really storybook, you will love ritvas dillies hanging out to dry (its the second image on this post)
    http://lumetta.blogspot.com/2012/04/keskustelu.html

  11. Laura Bear says:

    oh my. lovely lovely valance. Looks charming indeed. And the doily lamp…that is just wonderful.

  12. carina says:

    What a fantastic idea!!! I am going to try myself, I found some doilies time ago at a flea market and could’nt help buying them although I did’nt know what to do with them..if the results are acceptable (hopefully) I will soon post it on my blog!
    XO

  13. Vantiani says:

    Yes, who cares Elisabeth! They’re amazingly charming! Thumbs up!

  14. Caroline says:

    hello, i just nominated you for a blog award over on my blog – thank you for continuing to inspire me, Caroline XX

  15. Gracia says:

    I’m with you, charming all the same.

  16. Mirna says:

    It’s beautiful and such a good idea !

  17. H. says:

    So inspiring!

  18. Rosa Maria says:

    So beautiful !!!
    The idea, the place and the photo.
    In portuguese, we say: UAU
    Rosa Maria

  19. Charlyn W says:

    I love that the doilies aren’t perfect – they are perfectly imperfect. ;)

    Inspiring! Truly!
    xoxo

  20. Jennifer says:

    This is such a beautiful idea, I love the combination of different styles of dolies all together.

  21. Beautiful doilies. They probably cast the prettiest shadows!

  22. emma says:

    So pretty with the old window…

  23. agnes says:

    it’s so pretty…what a nice inspiration!

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