New Towels from Vintage Fabric

Welcome to the 48th History & Home Link Party!  I hope the change in title format didn’t throw ya’ 🙂

I’ve decided to go back to the way I used to do these link-ups, where I share something of my own here, and “pin” the features from last week to Pinterest.  I think the link party guests get much better exposure that way, and it gives my non-blogging readers something to read from me in case they get here before anyone’s linked up.  

I do change my mind a lot, don’t I?



Aren’t these dish towels super pretty?  They were a gift from my sweet friend, Martha.  She found this vintage, but unused, linen at a sale and made me two of these lovely towels from it.  One of them also makes a great doily for the ice cream parlor table on the porch:



What a great match with the chair fabric!    Now it’s your turn to share.

This is the place for bloggers to share their stories about:

  • home decor
  • home DIY
  • antiques and vintage finds
  • history and historic places

I’m so glad you’re here to share and read along!

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19 thoughts on “New Towels from Vintage Fabric

  1. Hi Dawn, hey, it’s your party, you can change if you want to! I, for one, am happy you host the party – I love seeing vintage finds especially. Yes, those are super pretty towels. It’s getting harder and harder to find those pretty cotton tablecloths, especially without a lot of discoloration. Sweet gift! Have a great week, Dawn.

  2. I just love vintage linens, towels, and fabric. There is something about those patterns that take me back to the simpler times. Thanks for hosting.

    Shannon ~

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