Thanks for stopping by. I hope you're enjoying the ruffles.
Ruffles just add a little something feminine to things. They're sweet, and frilly, and so very girlish. Being a mountain girl, I am not a very girly-girl. But I do enjoy those little bits of prettiness here and there throughout my house.
Thanks to Ms Samm and our cheerleader this go around, Amy. And of course, our sponsors. Blog hops are always so much fun. There are so many creative things to see. And now on to mine.
I've had this rocking chair for 20 yrs. It was given to me not long after I got pregnant with my first baby. You can see the wear and tear on it. And it was really time for a new back cushion!
The ruffle is small, a folded 2.5" strip, but it's just right for this chair. Too big and it wouldn't have any room.
The bottom piece needs a new cushion too..... But it's not going to be this pretty, and it certainly wont have a ruffle.....there is just too much wear and tear on that seat ;)
As you can see, I love making Lone star patterns. And if they intimidate you a little bit, maybe my tips and tricks will help ease you thru it.
My ruffle was made easy with my ruffler foot!
Thanks for stopping by and be sure to hop over to the other blogs and see what everyone has made.