Color Blocking is the art of combining solid color squares and rectangles into a bold yet cohesive design. Its origins are usually attributed to Piet Mondrian, an artist who lived around 1900 and whose paintings were a collection of stark lines and flat, colorful blocks. The style resurfaced as a pop trend in the 1960s
These box totes are sewn up in 100% linen so they have a wonderfully soft feel. Each bag features three coordinating solid colors set against one another in big, bold blocks both inside and out.
Do you usually turn to quilting cottons or fleece for a throw? Give linen and rayon a try! This lightweight yet warm throw has an absolutely amazing drape. The finishing touch is the swing and sparkle of chainette fringe.
The inspiration for today's pillow came from a beautiful blouse in Alicia's closet. Taking ideas from garment construction is a fun way to incorporate unique techniques and embellishments into your home décor. We used the softness of double-layer ruffles to create romance-in-the-round on this beautiful neckroll pillow. An overcasting stitch finishes the raw edges, adding