Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Julia Child Revisited

I still can't decide.




I've screened a few sets of the Julia Child inspired Fleur de Lis trio in the past (here and here) but I really can't settle on a blank to give me the look I want to standardize.

Here's another try...a nice blue stripe running the length of the towel with the trio in uniform grey.  I like it...but oh was it hard to get the correct registration on each towel...those tiny fleur de lis motifs had to land in just the right spot each time!  Oy!  That's the number one reason there's just two being offered at this time.  So if it speaks to you - please grab it here.

It's been fun silk-screening a bit more regularly - gosh, compared to my other hobbies of crochet, cross-stitch and now soap making - this is the fastest thing I can produce!  Last month I had two large orders online that nearly wiped out my stock again, so I am back to building it up once more.  I'm pleased tho, that one of the orders gave me a sweet review on EVERY style of towel she purchased thru Etsy including this particular one:
Fabulous!! Love the antique look of this fleur de lis!! Will shop here again. Thanks for offering such great quality items!!

She's talking about my oatmeal linen towels...which are still out of stock currently.  I've printed a big run of them, they are just waiting to be heat set.  Hopefully, they will be up by end of the week - gosh, they are sooooo pretty!



--Lisa LeBlanc

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3 comments:

  1. Two of my favorite things, Julia Childs and Fleur de Lis love the post. I personally like the linen fleur de lis the best.

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  2. Thanks Laurie! Yes, the oval Fleur de lis motif is one of my favorites :)

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