Tuesday, September 2, 2008

kitchen curtains?:)



What a morning! School, daycare, 3 cups of coffee, a million of e-mails.... I'm ready for a nap:) 
Here's a little pattern I've cooked up yesterday. I've been all about the mod kitchen thing lately... and so, it finally bled into my work. I wish I was half as exited about cooking as I am about vintage cookware.

14 comments:

ellencrimitrent said...

love it!!! I dropped off my little guy to daycare too this morning and now I am finally back at work, soo much to do I do not know where to begin.

This is a great design!!

Amy Hodge said...

Ack!! I LOVE IT!!! And I am right there with you on loving vintage kitchenware much more than cooking...

Joe Girl said...

Helen. I am doing to have to stop visiting your blog. Every time a new entry loads, I am faced with something even more spectacular than the last, and I can not help but GASP out loud.

All kidding aside (because I can never leave you now!), you are amazing.

I just discovered a new fabric printing site at http://www.spoonflower.com. Still in beta stages, but if anybody wants fabric printed with their custom designs, they should check it out.

I'd go with the turquoise background for the curtains. Retro, funky, fresh!

sarajessica said...

Hehe, pattern you "cooked" up. :D
They are great anyway, love the brown and turquoise. :)

Carina said...

Hi Helen, I simply had to come out of lurking to tell you how great this pattern is just really great. :-)

carolyn Gavin said...

i love this design... the white and mustard backgrounds are my favourite!

*mindi* said...

another lurker here, just had to say that these are PERFECT!

i think the brown's my favorite, but i keep changing my mind. :)

Top bird said...

Brilliant mod kitchen pattern. I love the leafy white and red design on the blue pot. So 60s. xx

playfulmeowz said...

Love the brown and turqoise pattern! Will you be making them into papers or cloth? Either way, I would love to get my hands on them. I collect vintage kitchen ware too. Except I am in singapore and can only do so when I go overseas for hols. When I was in Perth five years ago, I got myself 3 sets of plates, 1 set of cups, and even two stools. Luckily a friend took apart two boxes and somehow wrapped the stools into one box! now I am wondering how am I going to buy vintage without spending a bomb on courier (now based in East Malaysia)? {kim}

kim said...

mmm, soooo nice!

Jenn said...

aw - cooking is over-rated, and your gorgeous designs will last longer than the dinner I had tonight :)

Patty said...

I so want this for my kitchen! I've been looking for something fun for months, and you nailed it. Sell it soon!

Christine said...

Wauw! This is so cool. I love it.

digibudi said...

I've just discovered your blog, and I love it! grtz - digibudi