William Morris Fabric Crafts
19th November 2019
You might have seen that we love to feature crafts made from our William Morris fabric on our blog – so welcome back to another instalment! This week, we have such an array of projects – from piano stools to bean bags!
Dave reinvented this piano stool by refurbishing it with new fabric on the seat – using our William Morris Strawberry Thief fabric. He said, “I think the material sets off the stool” – we couldn’t agree more!
Laura sent us this photo of the curtains she made for her stunning bay window. Using our Willow Bough Green fabric, this took 12m of fabric, so we couldn’t agree more when she said it was a “mammoth” project! So worth it though, they really add that pop of colour to the room and compliment Laura’s plants! These floor to rail curtains are perfect for the curtains.
I’d love to share with you the bay window curtains I made with the willow fabric in green.
Laura said she is, “Looking forward to future projects with your beautiful fabrics!”
Chris sent these photos of the projects he’s made using our fabrics – using Strawberry Thief in Red and Blue. he has a craft company called The Hessian Handle Co.
– so be sure to check them out and support independent businesses! These projects include note books, diary, memo Pads and coin purses. They’re also making some doorstops, so we’re excited to see those when they’re ready! He wrote to us saying, “your service and fabrics are first class I’m so glad I’ve found you.” Thank you Chris!
If there’s ever anything that makes you want to curl up with a good book and a bar of chocolate, it’s a bean bag. Christina made this using our Red Strawberry Thief fabric, it looks so wonderful!
We hope you have enjoyed our latest instalment in this series! If you make anything using our fabric, please let us see it – either tag us on social media or email us at – firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a 20% discount code off your next order.