I have so much drop cloth left from when I made the outdoor curtains that I decided to put it to good use.
Before I start this post, I want to thank everyone who linked to Tuesdays at Our Home this week.
For some reason, either I messed up when I set up the link up or there is a glitch in their system, but I did not received any of the emails with the entries, so I won't be able to email you back personally like I like to do.
I apologize for this.
For a while now, I have been wanting a table on the side of the single chair in our family room.
Last week I decided to use the leftover drop cloth and make a new table skirt for an old round table we had in the storage room for years.
I want to add some fringe to the bottom, but I didn't have any, so it will have to wait until I can get to Hobby Lobby this week. Meanwhile, this is how it turned out.
To decorate it, I also used an old Kirklands lamp and a clock I had in storage and a very, very old ceramic urn that I brought back to life by changing the flowers on it.
As you can see, it is just a small addition and a very easy project. These small tables are all 72", I cut my drop cloth at 74" and used the other two inches to sew a nice hem on it. You could also use iron on hem tape.
Drop cloth is such an easy fabric to work with.
I hope your week is going well.
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