Hi, my name is Lindsay and am thrilled that I was invited to share my Fabric Lid Jar Tutorial from my blog The Cottage Home. The Cottage Home was started to share my passion for cooking, sewing, crafting and all things domestic and out of that came my etsy shop, The Cottage Mama. My Shop is all about modern fabric, vintage style and timeless classics – handmade children’s clothing for your darling little ones.
Now onto the real reason I am here……..
This past weekend my hubby decided to help me turn our office in to my official sewing/craft space – yippee! It’s a very small space, but I think we’ve got it functioning pretty well. And I can’t complain, I feel pretty lucky to have a sewing room that I can call my own. I can’t wait to show you all the pictures, but we aren’t quite finished yet.
So in the meantime, I thought I would share a few tutorials with you on some of the ways I’ve decided to organize my space. I have A LOT of metal shank buttons that I cover with fabric and use on the children’s clothing that I sell in my shop, The Cottage Mama. My Grandma and Grandpa used to do a lot of canning, but have recently slowed down in that arena, so they gave me a bunch of mason jars. Some are your standard jars and others are the really neat older blue jars.
Anyway, I decided I wanted to find a quick and easy way to make the tops of my jars pretty. So, here’s what I did……..