Tuesday, August 23, 2011


 I was looking for fabric samples at etsy.com and came up with these.  I love cherries.  Not to eat but to hang in my camper.  I also love the pink background.  I'm trying to keep it gender neutral but this fabric has really got me.
 The next few are so kitchy and retro I can't stand it.  I will be camping in outfits like these "ladies" just so you know.  Oh, and posing like that for the many photos that will be taken.
 Catch that fish, girl!!!!  And then lounge against that log with your hot cocoa.
 Thank goodness I still have my cowboy hat and boots.  They will come in handy when I ride that fence.
 I'm thinking this could fly with it's neutral background.  Right??  Please.
 I'm liking the Mexican influence here.
 This one, of course, is Jeff's pick.  (Don't tell him I told you.)
Most of these fabrics are the design of Alexander Henry.  He sure has some imagination.  Let me know which one is your favorite.


  1. my vote is for dia de los muertos chica. :)

  2. I like the one with the cowgirls - fourth one down. I really like the cherries too but not if you are going for more gender neutral. Gonna look great.

    Love Sandy

  3. love the mexican one. i want to use it on a wall

  4. I just love the cabbage roses with natural background...I think it would look so pretty in your wee camper. I do love the first camping girlie one too! We are going to renovate the 'Pearl' within the next few years and we are going to go for a nautical look. As much as I love the shabby chic style, the nautical will be more male friendly for hubby and sons. ox Thank you for visiting me at Nora Pearl, I've added you to my Glamping Buddies sidebar!

  5. Hi I came over from Kerrie's...we don't live that far away from each other. I can't decide on my fabric either..Have done several trailers but this one I have some nice vintage floral and thinking about going with that instead of cowgirl western...not that sew or anything...lol...looking forward to seeing what you do ..have fun with it!

  6. Shelly...I live outside of the funky town of Congress...about 55 miles northwest of Phoenix and 55 miles south of Prescott....right in the middle. My hubby has completely rebuilt my inside of the trailer ...we took it all the way down to the bones if you go back a few posts on my blog...have to go camping together one day next year ...me e-mail is molliedog1@msn.com if you ever are driving through..