I made these curtains for Rebekah, but hung them to see how they had turned out~

 I am just so pleased with them

 They are in the St Barts blue and white

 (you can see them reflected in the bathroom mirror)

 The linen has exactly the casual, textured feel I had envisaged

When I saw the photos I immediately thought of Cindy’s show and tell Friday – and here they are!

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11 Responses to Curtains!

  1. Ms Bingles Vintage Christmas says:

    These are just beautiful!
    I would love to have a pair!
    Thank you for sharing~

  2. brismod says:

    Ah! Perfect choice for a room overlooking the water.

  3. Snappy Di says:

    The perfect shade of blue! They're wonderful and so casual which looks great in that room. Thanks for sharing today!


  4. Struggler says:

    Lovely. I like the horizontal stripes (rather than vertical).

  5. Secret Garden Cottage says:

    You did a fabulous job! The curtains are just beautiful! I love how they are a little transparent and allow light to pass through them… lovely!
    Have a wonderful weekend,
    ~ Jo :)

  6. Bella says:

    Your new curatins look fabulous! Sewing overlooking that lovely view is priceless!! Lucky you :-)

  7. Rachelle @ Adventures in Creating says:

    Love your curtains! And what a view you have. You are so blessed!

  8. Anne Marie says:

    they are so beachy fun/cool!! love it!

    and yes, I am starting to 'bloom' :)

    Anne Marie

  9. Anette Willemine says:

    Love your blog! Love your curtains!

    Best from Norway,

    Anette Willemine

  10. Low Tide High Style says:

    Gorgeous, I love the blue and white and they are the perfect compliment to your beautiful view! I hope they will frame a great view at their new home too!

    Kat :)

  11. Mélanie A. says:

    Gorgeous. Love the pattern and this kind of fabric , it looks so natural

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