10 November 2010

Tea Time

Fit for a queen {for a day} or a princess...


These cotton and linen millinery flower tea towels are now part of my Natural Home Goods collection.


Each finger towel is hand ripped and sewn out of 100% white cotton twill.  The sides of the towels are folded over and carefully machine stitched and the other edges have a soft torn fringe.


The millinery flower is three layers of natural flax coloured Irish linen and white cotton twill with a pretty mother of pearl button hand sewn in the center.


Of course these frivolous necessities would not be complete without a hand stamped crown and tiara on a cotton tag ~ each attached to the towels with a large brass quilting pin and soft toffee coloured satin bow.


These would make beautiful hostess or house warming gifts and compliment an elegantly traditional, shabby chic, cottage farm, or Scandinavian interior. 


These are available in my Etsy shop and directly through me on My Front Porch
Thanks so much for your visit.  

Ciao amici,
Suzanne

PS
If you have some time, please visit Faded Charm for this week's White Wednesday collections.  Also check out these adorable sheet music roses Pammy made Up in the Attic.

7 comments:

Wild Somerset Child said...

Just adorable and feed my soul; for I have been sorting paperwork for two days and my creative brain has gone numb. Such gorgeous colours and descriptive words - and where in Georgia do you find linen. (Sorry, that may be a really stupid question).

Italian Girl in Georgia said...

Thank you Somerset Child. It's pretty civilized around these parts so it's not too hard to find fine fabrics! Thanks for stopping by.

Cindy said...

Just lovely! She do such beautiful work-just my style! Glad I found you through White Wednesday :)Cindy

Italian Girl in Georgia said...

I'm glad I found you too Cindy! Thanks for the sweet comments.

PammyJ said...

lovely work, simply lovely! thank you for playing with me this week - love your blog and your adorable etsy shop - bravo!!!!
pammy

hometown girl said...

just darling! thank you for visiting! susan

rochambeau said...

Very pretty Suzanne! So Italian! so nice!

xox
Constance

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