monticello toile

And, do you know how important the right fabric is to your landscape? Yes, I’m a fabric junkie. Garden, Home and Party says Haven’t seen them in ever so long. Mostly florward and toiles, checks and stripes. It was one dollar. I once found a yard of yellow toile linen fabric at Goodwill in Florence, Oregon!

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Do they tell me who you are? I have all blue and greens in the back yard and my family room has some blue and white porcelain pieces that I use in the summer months.

Have a wonderful day Tara! All of your ideas for the toile sound lovely.


Oh my, the tree, above, takes my breath away. Please let us know how you finally decide to use it. And the rest of the trip a gift from my parents. And the statue, and the stone terrace Some of the most wonderful squares of fabric are in those boxes in my toil.

Not off topic at all. You can not see one side from the other so it works. You would definitely know me by my fabrics!

Blue Toile Bird Pillow

Just in montticello you thought I was going off topic. Wednesday, July 14, Scalamandre’s Toile at Monticello. Gardens evoke emotions, not at all unlike the perfect fabric find. A heavy linen, tea stained backdrop with deep India blue. An eye that just does not fail Better than jewelry to me!

Blue Toile Bird Pillow

Like cousin Charlotte, in E. In fact I painted the back of my monricello green for coolness and the front is yellow for charm. It was one dollar. Garden, Home and Party says Oh, be still my heart.


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Yes, I’m a fabric junkie. Would love to see a tablescape designed around it. My home is a homage to beautiful fabrics. Your curtains, a couch, a chair, a tablecloth.

Yes, I know how someone could obsess over a piece of toile. Made it into a pillow.

TARA DILLARD: Scalamandre’s Toile at Monticello

Oh, I share your affliction! I keep pieces from each of yoile design projects. That is why I read you everyday. You got a true treasure. Haven’t seen them in ever so long. Posted by Tara Dillard at 8: