Sunday, February 22, 2009

2/23 Blue Monday

bluemonday Today is Blue Monday hosted by Sally at Smiling Sally. Don’t forget to visit her site to see links to more participants!

Today I am going to share blue toile! One day, I’d love to have a room with some blue toile in it!

BM8- ToileRusticLife-blue

BM8-toile1 BM8-Country Life toile BM8-Jamestown toile

BM8- BlueToile

BM8- BlueToile1

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50 comments:

  1. Oh how much I love toile! So beautiful!! Have a nice day! Vanessa

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  2. I love toile especially in drapes and in fabric. I guess the most popular is in dishes. Lovely examples.

    Roberta Ann

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  3. Oooh, Susan, that's cute! I love the last one with the little characters and the fish net.

    I join you in loving toile.

    Happy Blue Monday (who still has her Sunday post up!)...

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  4. Hi Susan
    I love blue toile also. The toile you are showing is soooo lovely! Oh my. Even one wall of the wallpaper would look lovely...hmmmm..now where did I see that lately. It was lovely.
    Thank you for sharing.
    I love red toile too. :o) my colour.
    Judi

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  5. I love toile, Susan and the blue makes it even better...Christine

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  6. This is beautiful Susan. Where did you want to put it?
    I've been looking for fabric to recover the dining chair seats & looked at blue toile, but wanted to check out my fabric stash first before I committed to it. ☺ Diane

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  7. Susan,
    I am such a blue fan and blue toile is one of my faves! I'm thinking about having a chair covered in blue toile. Cindy

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  8. Hello Susan! I've always enjoyed Toile even before I knew what it was called or how to pronounce it!! :0)
    The blue is fabulous...

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  9. So pretty! I love blue toile as well!

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  10. I agree with you. There is something about Toile. I like it in black and white, in red,.... I just like it. I gravitate to it in fabric stores.

    Kathy b

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  11. Susan,

    As a fellow lover of toile, I ate up your post. There are so many scenes to choose from and each photo was prettier the next.

    By the way, you have quite a list of Georgia bloggers. If you have a get~together you will have to rent out a stadium! :-)

    xoxo
    Janie

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  12. I love toile! I have toile in my bathroom (shower curtain and valence) but it's not blue :0)
    Have a great day!

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  13. I love toile, it's so elegent. Thanks for sharing all the different patterns.

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  14. I don't know what a toile is, but is sure looks nice.

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  15. Awww! Toile, I love it, too. Where are you planning to use it? I adore the red toile bird pattern that is posted on Ballard Designs website. Thanks for the award, BTW I will post it later this week! ~ Robyn

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  16. Susan, I've decided I am going loopy. I thought to myself... I've seen this post before... and sure enough, I had already posted on here! I'm tired. LOL!

    Happy Blue Monday again! ;-)

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  17. You'll have to come check out my bedroom, it's full of blue toile. I sure do like the background of your blog.Thanks for sharing.

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  18. The toile is beautiful. I love it.

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  19. Your blue toile is lovely. I just bought some blue toile fabric to cover some throw pillows. Happy Blue Monday!
    Sweetie

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  20. I love toile, especially blue. You found some lovely patterns to share with us! Kathy

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  21. Hi Susan...Toile, just saying the word toile is pleasing...and to see it is even more so...I love it! ;-) Bo

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  22. I love toile! When I was growing up, my grandmother had four large windows in her dining room with floor length blue toile drapes. I always told her when she changed them I wanted to make a dress out of them like Scarlett in GWTW or Maria in The Sound of Music. She was horrified and never changed them!!!!! :D Jewel

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  23. Very pretty! What great different examples. Happy Blue Monday.

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  24. With your blue and white dishes, I'd love to see some blue toile napkins. Thanks for sharing. Happy Blue Monday.

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  25. Those are very nice. I don't have any toile in my house, I wonder how that escaped me/ LOL

    Hugs,
    Chris

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  26. I love toile! Every color!

    JudyBug

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  27. Lovely! I don't have actual toile, but a fabric that reminds me of it in one of our bedrooms.

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  28. I love the blue toile! I am looking for some with a little yellow in it for window treatments for my basement.

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  29. Hi Susan...I LOVE blue toile!! I have it in my dining room!! Have a great week. Will you be there next Monday? I hope so!!...Debbie

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  30. Susan the blue toile was gorgeous... I really like it and it reminds me of when I was younger... My mother used a lot of that in her decorating... However it wasn't always blue☺

    HUGS,
    Donna

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  31. Hi Susan, lovely blue toile! I love it too!
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

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  32. Hi!
    Beautiful Toile! I like the red toile myself! Have a great day!!

    Sherrie

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  33. What pretty toile...Happy Blue Monday!!!

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  34. Ladies are showing their toile today. I don't have any in my house. It's just not that kind of house, but I love it.
    Happy B monday Susan
    Love Claudie
    xoxo

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  35. Very nice, Ms. Susan! I have blue toile lampshades in my bedroom - which I will share as soon as I snap a photo!

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  36. No matter what color Toile comes in, it's gorgeous. These patterns are so very pretty, thanks so much for sharing them!
    Lidy

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  37. Susan, I tried to comment on the beautiful blue toiles you posted, but the verification word didn't ever load, so I couldn't leave my comment. I LOVE toile and I LOVE blue, so this posting was fantastic, IMHO!

    Laurie

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  38. Hi Susan--

    I've dropped by your blog several times today and tried to leave messages but the word verification always came up blank. I wanted to tell you that those blue toile fabrics are lovely and that I could see any of them decorating the sidebars of your blog.

    Have a good week☺

    Heidi Pocketbook

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  39. sorry for the email but i am having trouble with some blogs and the word verification. it's not loading and locking me out. your blue toile was to pretty to pass up.
    have a great week

    blue toile is my favorite. toile is pretty but, there is something more striking about the blue. good blue post very thought provoking for a future kitchen project.
    marie

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  40. Two of my favorite things, blue and toile!
    ~Michelle

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  41. So very lovely! Happy Blue Monday!!

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  42. Is there anything prettier than blue toile.... I think not....Love each one...
    HUgs
    Linda

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  43. Cool stuff. Looks like the old cyanotype photo prints of the 1800's. You can print those on fabric I know... Hmm...

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  44. Ummm... toile. Can't get enough.

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  45. Good Morning~ ~I covered my diningroom chairs in this exact fabric, except mine is in red, and I just love it. Come on over and have a look.
    The fabric is a Waverely print and we have an outlet store nearby so I got a really great deal.

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