I am using this photo (from my visit to the National Museum of Modern History) to represent the idea of tiny rooms.
I have always loved dollhouses and making things, so when I get the chance to work on something small and sweet, I jump at the chance.
Last night, one of the Garden Club Girls called and asked to borrow some fabric for a school project. "Project?" - I said with my ears perked up. She was working on the fifth-grade assignment called "Dream Room," which represents their ideal bedroom built from everyday objects inside of a shoe box. Needless to say, it took all of my will power not to build a room myself!
We had so much fun sorting through the fabrics choices to find just the right sheets and pillow for her tiny bed. And I found a strip of "cotton jewelry box cushion" that she could use to give the pillow she was making some puff.
*sigh* I love this stuff and it is so much fun to work with a serious decorator. This little girl weighed her decisions carefully and was a dream to work with. Ha!
Thank you for letting me share my supplies with you, Garden Club Girl. My fabric is your fabric.