Wednesday, May 26, 2010

A vintage wash Wednesday~






I have a great love for vintage table cloths. To see them hanging up on my twirly washing line in the orchard is art in itself. I am in awe of the woman who owned these before me. The delicate handwork involved...sometimes the wind blows and the odd item falls to the ground and a this little dog thinks its Christmas...look at that smile after finding my beautiful vintage place mat~!

Happy wash day Mama clothes line hangers~

13 comments:

Erin said...

Beautiful :) I like your spin this week on Wash Wednesday ... vintage style!

CHILDHOOD MAGIC said...

I am in love with these beautiful photos!

SocksAndMittens said...

It is very very pretty, so much of a delicate work! Love your little dog! :)

fairmaiden said...

beautiful

Amanda said...

vintage linens are a special kind of heaven! So pretty!

softearthart said...

They are lovely, I can smell the freshness. cheers Marie

Jump into A Book said...

Now there is some fine wash. The detail work on these are simply exquiste.
Thanks for letting me know how everything is getting ready for world cup. I was feeling a little sad that I would be here in the States but then I realized today that I'll be in Sweden for the final. Yea!!! That means the "normal" football fare as oppose to no reaction in the States. Take care friend.

Beth said...

Noodle looks so great, so so does all your white, white vintage wash! love, Beth

kendra said...

oohhhh gorgeous! love how you've captured the light through these!

renee ~ heirloom seasons said...

So beautiful. Isn't it just amazing to imagine them on another table in another family's home long ago!

Nicole Benjamin said...

Thank you for sharing my very favorite type of line Suzanne! : ) Your photos are beautiful and a sweet little pup!

Jenna said...

So beautiful!

Naturalearthfarm said...

Suzanne,
I also like to collect vintage linens, table coverings, etc.. at our local thrift shops..and imagine the hands that embroidered them.
Your collections is beautiful.
Warm wishes, Tonya