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Friday, March 2, 2012

Satin Stitched Roses



I keep a nice vintage rose embroidered tablecoth tucked away that's perfect for an easy celebration. It fits well on a vintage pop up folding table that I keep handy in my dining room. Since the table is nothing much to look at, I have draped it with a lacy underskirt tablecloth. (The one from the fleamarket that I showed in a recent post.)




The colors are perfect for a girls birthday party, or a ladies tea. The handwork alone is a good conversation starter. To me it has a dressier party feel, and is great for spring.













The square cloth underneath is the perfect size to conceal the metal legs of the table and makes the rectangular cloth work better on it. Anyway, I love a layered look.































You're going to think that I own stock in Little Debbie, but I really just find them so cute. I could spend an hour baking, but my kiddos like them every bit as much. You don't have to worry about leftover cake either. (Like that's something to worry about.) Lately they have a darling Mary Englebreit graphic on them. Perfect for a not too serious little party.















I hope your weekend is headed for fun!
We have a cold blustery day happening here.
Thanks for stopping in!

Jacqueline





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30 comments:

Katie @ Wildwood Creek said...

Beautiful vignette and photos! Love the tablecloths, dishes, silver and that you use Little Debbie's. :)

About Vintage French Hen said...

Hi there! Your dishes and layered table cloths are so pretty! My husband kinda loves the Little Debbie peanut butter wafers...I have to hide them from him, and me! LOL have a great weekend, Marcia

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Oh that is truly lovely!

I especially love that silver, too!

What a sweet table ready for tea!

Cottage and Broome said...

Love anything with hand stitching, the tablecloth is lovely. The silverware is beautiful too. Thanks for sharing, have a wonderful weekend, Laura

monah http://graciouscottage.com/ said...

Hi,

I am visiting you for Pink Saturday.

I like the way you mixed your linens. So pretty and crisp with the nice touch of pink.

Please visit me too.
monah

wendy said...

That table cloth is gorgeous.
and I LOVE the layered look.
It would be something that would truly just make you smile.

I have a dear friend who participates in Pink Saturday...Jeanne Vaughters
I met her this past summer at (believe it or not)
a Spectacular blogger get together
She is a dear!!!

wendy said...

I believe she is #7 on the list for Pink Saturday

jeanetteann said...

I think someone put a whole lot of love into that embroidery. It is perfectly beautiful.
I like the way your bought cake says cream filled cake on the packet,not some fancy name. Simpler the nicer I think. They do look delish.
I have been treasure hunting today and found the sweetest pale pink pulled thread work table cloth. Will put it on a post soon.
x jeanetteann

Aledia said...

Beautiful tablecloth and I love all your pretty white dishes!

Have a great weekend!

Aledia

Judy said...

Jacqueline: I love those embroidered cloths. Seeing yours reminds me that I have some tucked away in a drawer waiting to be ironed...Judy at GoldCountryCottage

RobinfromCA said...

Your tablecloth is lovely. The satin embroidery reminds me of my grandmother's handiwork. The vignette you pulled together is, as always, beautiful!
Robin

Mariaelena said...

So lovely...gorgeous whites as well...I just put up an all white post...come check it out...happy weekend, Mariaelena

J'ai tout simplement said...

Olá! O bordado da sua toalha de mesa é lindo! Um bom final de semana para você.

Claudia said...

I love that sweet tablecloth and the handwork is exquisite!

I might be tempted to buy some LIttle Debbie cakes for the graphic alone!

xo
Claudia

Anne said...

I love layering too.That rose table cloth is so pretty paired with that sweet lace one.I need to look for those cakes.They look yummy.

Two Cottages And Tea said...

Such a pretty tablecloth and perfect for a tea! I often have little tea partys with my granddaughter and Little Debbies. The white cream cakes are my favorite and they do look like they are made for a tea party. Love your silverware and the lace undercover for your table. Wishing you a wonderful weekend.
Nancy

Antigone said...

How beautiful! You just don't see quality hand work like that anymore! Thank you for sharing.

Nancy said...

Just love the tablecloths. It is all so pretty when set up. Happy Pink Saturday!

Designing Lady Jane said...

I love these embroideried pieces, and this rose pattern is gorgeous. The silverware pattern is stunning as well, the heavy texture you used for this table setting is beautiful.

Custom Comforts said...

So pretty Jacqueline. I love the pink roses and it's simple elegance. Lovely as usual.
Cindy

Marydon said...

Absolutely elegant inviting romantic table setting. I love that tablecloth, Jacqueline.

I hope you will pop by to help us bring 'angel love' for a young girl who is sick.

Thank you.
Have a beautiful PS weekend ~
Marydon

Carole said...

Looks like you are ready for Spring with that tablecloth. I might buy those little debbies just for the box:)
x
Carole

Olive Cooper said...

I have not bought Little Debbie's in years but see the charm in that package. I used to do satin stitch like that and might dig up a piece and show you sometime. That tablecloth is lovely.

Michaela said...

Beautiful tablecloth, embroidery simple but so beautiful ! Michaela

pinkkandy said...

Happy Pink Saturday!
It is always nice to see what each lovely lady is up to...and the creativity that flows...I pray that you all have a blessed week !
Please come by my blog anytime...I love having you!
God Bless......Kandy

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

I always look forward to the Little Debbie Valentine cakes I must confess. Beautiful roses on the linens.

Haworth said...

What a sweet table, Jacqueline. The roses are so lovely with the white china. I have a few small tables that I use now and then for "tea for two" get-togethers. And it gives me a chance to use some of the smaller hand-worked table covers I inherited from aunts and grandmothers.

Jo's This and That said...

Beautiful! I just love it! Such good work! Thanks for sharing your lovely table come and follow me Back Joann

Phyllis@Around the House said...

Love love love the stunning tablecloth...the white dishes are so pretty and clean and crisp on the white cloth...I love the pretty pink flowers on the cloth...

SwedishCorner-DownUnder...Pernilla said...

Beautiful!
... such a pretty table :)

Greetings from Australia

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