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Wednesday, April 25

Romantic Double Ruffled Tablecloth

French Country Cottage Inspired Double Ruffled Tablecloth!!   
  Thank you, Courtney!
Believe it or not I made this Lovely Little Tablecloth with 2 white queen sized sheets, I got at The Goodwill. Total cost $6.00 plus some time!!
I also managed to make valance for my bathroom window
and still have fabric leftover!!

Old Sheets are hemmed all the way around...which means 

much less work for you and I!! I have to admit, I've been truly enjoying this, not to mention the other projects it has inspired.



Sharing with these lovely Ladies:

Between Naps On the Porch Metamorphosis Monday




File under: tablecloths, ruffles, ruffle tablecloths, re-purposing, sheets as material, upcycling, beauty, decor, romantic tablescapes

29 comments:

  1. I LOVE it Theresa!! It looks amazing!! You did a fantastic job on turning a plain old sheet into something so pretty! Thanks for the shout out and for linking up at Feathered Nest Friday! :)

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    1. oh my Gosh, Courtney, getting that response from you means more to me then I could ever tell you!! It was my complete pleasure and honor to do so!!!

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  2. Beautiful table cloth! What a beautiful job you did Theresa!!

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  3. Thanks for your kind words!

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  4. Simply beautiful! How clever you are! Paula x

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    1. Thanks, Paula!! So glad you like!!

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  5. This looks wonderful - and so frgually done!

    Good job, love it!

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  6. So nice!!! I have a queen sized bed skirt I am planning doing the same thing with. You did a great job! :)

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  7. Very nice. Pat yourself on the back and sit down and enjoy that beautiful table. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. To Michele, Tanya, and One Shabby ~ Thanks to all of you for your very kind words, I am really enjoying it!! Look forward to seeing you all soon, :)

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  8. So soft and romantic and I love that you made so much out of one thing. You are amazing! I found you at Stringtown Home's link party. Hope you'll stop and see me at Quirky Vistas.
    Liz

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    1. Thanks so much, Liz, for your very beautiful compliment!! i'm checking out your "Quirky Vistas" as soon as I finish up here!

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    1. That it definitely is, Thanks Cassie, it does change the day for me when I have it on the table with some flowers and china.

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  10. If you go at the right time, you can find great buys at Goodwill. You certainly did with this table cloth. I never am that lucky.

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    1. LV, I didn't find this tablecloth, it was 2 white sheets I got @ the GW and used to make the tablecloth, gathered every ruffle myself! Thanks for the comment and checking it out!

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  11. beautiful elegance with a twist of shabby chic, be still my heart... love it. Thank you for your bloggy friendship and for linking to the Thursday Favorite Things linky party xo

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    1. You're silly! Thank you , my dear, for hosting Thursdays Favorite Things! I'm glad you liked my shabby,yet elegant ruffle tablecloth! Having such a blast. Your bloggy friend, ~Theresa.

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  12. How fun! I love how it turned out. It's amazing what you can do with sheets. I'd love for you to link it up to Crafty Cousins. http://crafting-cousins.blogspot.com/2012/05/what-i-wore-sunday-week-16.html

    ~Natalie

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    1. Thanks so much Natalie!! I'll head over to link up with you as soon as I can! Thanks so much for the invite! ~Theresa

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  13. any chance you would like make anymore of these?? I just need one...lol...i have no idea how to sew!!

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    1. Thanks so much for your inquiry!! I'm so glad you like the tablecloth so much. I am flattered, however, I do not sell anything you see on my blog. The projects I share are just for my personal use and hopefully, by sharing them with you, an inspiration for others to attempt projects like this one for nominal costs. This wasn't difficult to sew, I'm no ace at it either...lol... but I know others, that have been able to purchase ruffled "bed skirts" or "dust ruffles" who have achieved a similar look. That way all you have to do is finish one side with the excess..I hope this helps! :)
      ~Theresa

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  14. I love your table cloth. What a great idea to use sheets. I've done that before for quilt backing. Thanks for sharing. {{pinning}}
    ~ Terrie (your new follower)
    HearthandWhimsy.com

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  15. You are definitly inspiring. Anyone who can make that many projects with $6.00 worth of sheets is a genius in my book.
    I absolutely love your tablecloth KUDOS!
    I am a new follower. Love the message under your profile.
    Blessings, Ginger

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    1. Ginger, you are most kind! I'm so pleased you liked the tablecloth and even more happy to read you like my profile message. That's me in the nutshell!
      I'm so happy when I'm able to connect with people of Like minds. Thank you for all your kind words.
      Many Blessings to you and yours,
      ~Theresa

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  16. Oh I love this~need to make one myself when I have the time. Pinning!

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