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Re-imagine & Renovate: In The Mood For Indigo - Banded Placemats & Napkins

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Why do we love fabric? Let me count the ways. Our apologies to Elizabeth Barrett Browning, but it seemed like a good quote to emphasize what a difference fabric makes to the end result of a project. This Re-imagine & Renovate series is our way to show you how one project can turn out an unlimited number of ways, depending on the choices you make with fabrics, trims and notions. Today's set of matching placemats and napkins originally debuted as part of our Italiano Kitchen series, which had a playful, breakfast table casualness. In our new, rich tones of indigo, they're now ready for prime time as lovely dinner table linens or perhaps for a sophisticated Sunday brunch.

A big thanks to Fabric.com for co-sponsoring the series and providing all the fabric for today's Re-imagine & Renovate project.

Fabric.com is a regular go-to choice for us here at S4H. They have a huge selection, an easy-to-use shopping cart, and discount pricing every day. And, with 500,000+ yards of inventory, there's never a problem finding a great cut of fabric (or two or three or 12). Check out their Frequent Shopper Program. When you shop as a registered customer, your purchases automatically accumulate frequent shopper points, which can be redeemed for gift certificates.

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Our fabric trio was provided by Fabric.com and is from the Heirloom collection by Dear Stella. We mixed and matched Cobblestone Indigo, Sunburst Indigo and Versailles Indigo.

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To Re-imagine & Renovate your own placemats and napkins set, go to the original tutorials:

Italiano Kitchen: Bistro Placemats

Italiano Kitchen: Bistro Napkins

Hints and Tips

Looking for more information on blending, mixing and matching? Check out these tutorials:

How to Create A Fabric Palette

Tips for Mixing Prints

Mixing & Matching Colors, Patterns & Textures

Making the Right Fabric Choice

And make sure you catch our monthly Love That Fabric features, like last month's look at  Crazy Love by Jennifer Paganelli for Free Spirit Fabrics. These articles are a great way to get a glimpse of some of our favorite fabric trends.

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Comments (6)

Ritika said:
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Very nice fabrics,bright colour.I use Linen fabrics in my home.It gives a classy look!!

Debz0407 said:
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Oh my goodness - just beautiful. Those colors are all me. Thank you so much for all your inspiration and info.
mpistey said:
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This fabric is just gorgeous, and this is a lovely way to use it!

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