Last summer, I took down the venetian blinds in the kitchen to give it a more open, airy look and repurposed some old lace panels to make curtains.
When fall came, I didn’t want to put the blinds up again but wanted a little more covering for the windows. I found some wonderful reproduction feedsack fabric while in Ohio Amish Country and made some curtains that looked great with the autumn, Halloween and Thanksgiving decorations.
I really liked the curtains but I thought they might clash with all the bright reds and greens that go up at Christmas time, so once I again I made a set of curtains using white and red gingham. They were the first things to go up in the kitchen before I began my holiday decorating.
They’re so bright and cheerful that they might be up until Valentine’s Day and into spring.