I guess you could say that lately I've been just a bit obsessed with burlap. (Annette and Amanda might say that's an understatement).
Burlap isn't just for bare root roses anymore.
We found a wonderful source for burlap while at market and I was literally giddy with delight over the sewing possibilities.
Burlap does have some, shall we say, unique characteristics. It's a primitive cloth with interesting texture and a distinctive ...um...aroma.
So if you'd like to know how to avoid this
while making it soft, supple and odor free then turning lowly burlap into this
I invite you to join us for Bernina Club. It's a fun time of sharing for everyone whether you own a Bernina sewing machine or not. And it's FREE!
We'll be demonstrating stenciling as well as showing you how we made our pillows, ruffles, table runners and bags.
Hope you can join us!
Encourage one another,
Just click on "Bernina Club" for times and dates.
For readers outside of the Bakersfield area, I will be happy to share some instructions in future posts if you're interested. Just let me know what you want to know and I'll ask Annette and get back to you.