If decor is your porn, this is your blog.
This is not a joke. You can buy it HERE..
that is so wrong, it's almost right. possibly the most hideous fabric ever, and yet somehow, i think i want to use it... thanks for making me laugh out loud, decorno! i hope both my eyes and my gay sensibilities, recover from your post!
I've seen these type of fabrics before, lol -what are you supposed to do with this?? Other than making pajamas or boxing shorts it seems HIGHLY inappropriate! LOL -upholster a couch in it perhaps with fringed suede throw pillows and a bearskin rug?
Oh. My. Gawd. It is awful yet somehow weirdly fabulous. I think you should hold a contest where the contestant who uses is it in the best design wins a prize! Hahaha!
Oh, I hope that's on velvet. It would be, somehow, even funnier on velvet. With Elvis.
What do you mean you'd never use that fabric??! It's fagulous! I'm thinking a fainting chaise covered in this would be divine. Seriously, I love it!
oh please, you are SO making a duvet out of this...
It is almost right. I can totally see the room done around it! There may be a swing somewhere in said room :)
Kwana, your posts crack me up!
Hah! Hilarious, Kwana. :)
M21 - I knew you would like it. :) Also - you're such a dedicated commenter here and I wanted to thank you. Your comments (and everyone else's) truly make my day, every day.
I've never left a comment on any blog of a person I don't know, but I've got to say that I've used that fabric (titled "Wranglers")! I made hot pads and a dish towel for a couple of cowboy lovin' ladies I know and they loved them (http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=227985.msg2474133#msg2474133). One has them on display, the other doesn't and both of those choices are fine by me. I've used the same company's shirtless construction worker print ("Heavy Equipment") for boxer shorts and hot pads too and all were big hits. Are they stylish? No. Classy? Uh-uh. Fun and cheer-enducing? You bet!
I actually used this fabric (and another just like it expect with surfers! - I found it at Michael Levine in Downtown LA) and made a cute fabric panel (stretched over a wood frame) which I then float framed to chic it up. It's in my living room - a great conversation starter :)
Joni uses the one with the Lusty French Vineyard Workers.
pioneer woman blogger needs that fabric for her renovation, but then again, she sees that all day.
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