All Buttoned Up! A Guest Post

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Welcome to Jenny from Black Fox Homestead!

I’m so thrilled to share this guest post from Jenny with you today! Jenny recently started co-hosting The HomeAcre Hop with me, and I love, love, love her blog! I know you will too! Many thanks for sharing your talent with us on The Self Sufficient HomeAcre, Jenny! Please take a moment to check out Jenny’s Etsy shop…there is a button in my sidebar “Homespun Simplicity” from Black Fox Homestead!

 

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All Buttoned Up! A Window Treatment Tutorial in Three Easy Steps
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15 comments on “All Buttoned Up! A Guest Post

  1. Katie/Maple Grove

    What a sweet and nostalgic touch to a country window! I love the idea, and great tutorial! I love you and your blog, and I love Jenny and her blog too. It’s always great to visit both of you! ~Katie

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  2. Carol J. Alexander

    Jenny, I LOVE, LOVE this idea. I once had vintage hankies hanging over a rod in my bathroom. I adored looking at that window. But in the summer, when I opened the window, the hankies would blow onto the floor. Now, you’ve given me another idea of what do to with that hankie collection. (Or at least two of them.) πŸ™‚

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  3. Meredith/GreenCircleGrove

    Nice idea, and a good use for those vintage hankies with a small hole or a little stain. I like that you added where we might purchase them, as well–and explained why vintage is preferred to new. Now, can you give us an idea of what we might do with vintage table cloths? Thanks!

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    1. Jenny

      Thank you Meredith. πŸ™‚ For table cloths you could try clipping them to curtain rings and using it as a curtain for a larger window, if the length and width were appropriate, add buttonholes and use for a shower curtain. For a piece that was stained or had holes, or you simply didn’t mind cutting it, make a few throw pillows.

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      1. Meredith/GreenCircleGrove

        A shower curtain! I could do that! Thank you! I was thinking I could also make them into napkins. I love to use cloth napkins. Thanks again!

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