Re: [h-cost] Curtains for old houses

2016-02-27 Thread Lavolta Press
Thanks. It had better be. We've been working on it for almost 7 months already. Fran On 2/27/2016 11:46 AM, Sharon Collier wrote: Your home is going to be lovely! Sharon -Original Message- From: h-costume-boun...@indra.com [mailto:h-costume-boun...@indra.com] On Behalf Of Lavolta

Re: [h-cost] Curtains for old houses

2016-02-27 Thread Sharon Collier
Your home is going to be lovely! Sharon -Original Message- From: h-costume-boun...@indra.com [mailto:h-costume-boun...@indra.com] On Behalf Of Lavolta Press Sent: Saturday, February 27, 2016 11:35 AM To: Historical Costume Subject: Re: [h-cost] Curtains for old houses We saw the Hoot

Re: [h-cost] Curtains for old houses--a fabric

2016-02-27 Thread Lavolta Press
BTW, I wanted curtain fabric by the yard because this house has six basic sizes of windows, plus a few outliers, and the architect had no problem with putting two or three sizes, shapes, and placements of windows in one room. I ended up buying lace drapes from all four of the historic lace

Re: [h-cost] Curtains for old houses

2016-02-27 Thread Sharon Collier
Good to know. I've seen Amish made furniture at the local Hoot Judkins. It's lovely, but as you say, very pricey. Good luck with the hunt. Sharon -Original Message- From: h-costume-boun...@indra.com [mailto:h-costume-boun...@indra.com] On Behalf Of Lavolta Press Sent: Friday, February

Re: [h-cost] Curtains for old houses--a fabric

2016-02-27 Thread Sharon Collier
That is lovely stuff. And the price is great. If you have a shower, you could use this as an outer curtain;whatever color the inner, waterproof one was would show off the pattern nicely. Or, as you said, historic dresses. (in my spare time). -Original Message- From:

Re: [h-cost] Curtains for old houses

2016-02-27 Thread Lavolta Press
We saw the Hoot Judkins, but the quality is not as good as Barn Furniture and Amish Direct. Both the latter places will cut deals. About 10-15% off and free shipping is the range. Fran On 2/27/2016 11:09 AM, Sharon Collier wrote: Good to know. I've seen Amish made furniture at the local Hoot