Tuesday, September 6, 2011

One Down, 7 to Go...

My company has gone and I have started working on my master bedroom curtains.
One panel down, seven more to go...


Or course, I had to put one up to see how it looked.   I am loving it!
Welcome Home,
Penny

p.s.  I just noticed that I have over 800 followers!  So as soon as I get these curtains done, let's celebrate with a giveaway!  It will probably be next week sometime.

Linking To:
Savvy Southern Style WOW
DIY by Design Sizzle Into Summer

47 comments:

  1. Love the curtains. That yellow toile is one of my favorite patterns. Good luck with the rest of the panels.

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  2. Ooooh, I am loving it too! Can't wait to see all of them finished.

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  3. very pretty! I love giveaways!!

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  4. Congrats on the 800 followers. Your drapes are really lovely.

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  5. Oh yes, that will serve as inspiration to continue!

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  6. The curtains are coming along, looks like you are doing a beautiful job. Thanks for dropping by, Richard from My Old Historic house.

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  7. It's always a good sign when you like the first one, Penny! : )

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  8. WOW! That looks awesome! I love the combination of colors! ♥

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  9. Penny
    I love it too! What a difference that trim makes!

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  10. Beautiful, I love the toile headers. The yellow and red is so warm for fall but cheery and bright enough to span the rest of the seasons too. They look lovely!

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  11. Beautiful curtains, Penny! Congrats on over 800 followeras!

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  12. I love them too!! Now get back to sewing!!!

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  13. I love the yellow and red combination. That toile has always been a fav of mine. Congrats on the large number of followers! hugs, Sue

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  14. Congratulations on your 800+ followers and I love the curtain panel. Very pretty.

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  15. What pretty curtains! I love red and yellow together - classic! ~Kim

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  16. These curtains are gorgeous; you are so talented! They look custom made!

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  17. Very pretty Penny! Yay!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  18. Penny, I love that drape style. Hmmmm, it gives me some ideas combining two fabrics. Of course I am partial to yellow, so these are stunning.

    Karen

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  19. Lucky guests! The curtains are lovely.

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  20. Oh they look great, what a beautiful job you are doing.

    And I use that little motivational trick also, one up, means one less to do.

    Keep them coming.

    Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

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  21. You know yellow is my favorite color, and I love mixing patterns. You've got a beauty there, Penny. I can't wait to see them all finished.

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  22. Looking really good. Knowing you, I'll bet you have those other 7 done in no time.

    Darla

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  23. That toile is so pretty. I love the look you're creating. It's going to be gorgeous.

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  24. So pretty Penny! I love the combination of the fabrics together! ~Hugs, Patti

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  25. Penny, the curtain looks fabulous! Can't wait to see all the panels finished. Hugs, Carol

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  26. O they turned out wonderful...I love the red with the tassels...pretty...I'm sure the rest will be fine..love this..hugs

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  27. Penny, they're fabulous. I love them. Hugs, Marty

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  28. What a project...looks like you know what you're doing! Thanks for linking up to Open House Party.

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  29. Love your window treatments! And congrats on the milestone!

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  30. Penny, they're just beautiful! I've always loved a tassel here and there.

    Hugs - Mary

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  31. Cute project :) And congratulations on all those followers!

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  32. Good job Penny. You have more energy than I do. I have been too tired to do anything after all of the company left.

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  33. Well, it's no wonder you are loving that panel..it's beautiful!

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  34. Those are lovely - great idea to combine the toile with delicate stripes. This makes me wish I could sew!

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  35. Well of course that's just gorgeous. You always have the best projects Penny. Keep it up girl.

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  36. Congrats to you Penny on a wonderful milestone! Love those curtains, great fabric and color choices. Have a great weekend.

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  37. Your new curtains are gorgeous! I love the fabrics and the way you put it all together. I've been wanting to change the curtains in our bedroom and do a stitched-on valance at the top. You're an inspiration, my friend!
    ~Adrienne~

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  38. Beautiful! You are so incredibly talented!!!!

    xxoo

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  39. I'm a follower! My favorite style is French Country, but is ever changing. I love your blog!

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  40. Penny, they are gorgeous! I just love the fabric you chose. Your home just keeps getting better and better! Love everything about it!
    xoxo,
    Kim

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