Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Tobacco Cloth Covers!

Last week I received the Tobacco Cloth that I had ordered and it has been setting here calling my name! I had to take a break from mice and do something with it! My crocks are getting a new look. It makes a great cover for just about anything. I also put some over an Atlas Special Mason jar which I filled with spanish moss, orange spice scented rosehips, orange slices, pods and a mini chick candy mold.

This jar is an old blue Ball Perfect Mason jar that I filled with a bunch of Sweet Annie, Broom Corn, wild berries and a stubby prim candle all tied together with a piece of the tobacco cloth. I did add some spanish moss to the bottom of the jar to kind of hold it all in place.

I also finished up some "Piggy's which I've been working on. I used a pattern by Kentucky Primitives to create this cute little guy. I did get one listed in my Etsy Shop !


  1. What can I say but WOW! GIRL you totally amaze me! I love what you did with the cloth...awesome. I got to get me some! I need to get the info from you again regarding the tobacco cloth. I might call you this weekend. OH and I LOVE the piggy! Did ya make some extras? :)

  2. Love the cloth you used on the jars and the little piggy is too cute!


  3. Neat ideas. Cute little piggy. What is tobacco cloth? It looks really neat. Where do you order it?
    Could it be prim stitched on? My first visit. Love your blog.

  4. Hi Teresa, I love your blog! You always have such wonderful goodies to show.

    Love the Tobacco cloth....I just ordered some window panels in that fabric from Family Heirloom Weavers in PA, hope they come soon!
    Where in the world did you find yardage????

    Just love your newsletter too!
    Hugs, Karen
    KM Primitives
    My Colonial Home

  5. Lookin' good I love how you used the tobacco cloth it's awesome! Love all your new things :)
    Have a great night!


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