Well it’s back! Seersucker Fabric is use for sportswear, kids clothes and decorating your home. You will find Seersucker fabric use for pillow, table wear, bedspreads and even summer draperies.
Seersucker Fabric is usually 100% cotton, so it will breath when you wear it. Seersucker was popular years ago for only summer wear but now it is great for climates like Arizona and Florida where it is summer most of the year. When decorating with Seersucker fabric it tends to feel cottage, country or beach. Clean and cool and will lighten the room when using it for draperies, curtains or bedding.
I found these Napkin rings on Martha Stewart Living and wanted to share the instructions with you. You can just down load them and make them in just a few hours. Such a easy way to add a summer feel with dinner or lunch with the girls. You can actually make them with Seersucker fabric scrapes from other summer projects. Along with the napkin rings you will of course want to add the napkins and table cloth. If you have more time left at the end of the day, why not make summer slipcovers for your cushions and patio furniture. You can just add the slipcovers when entertaining. Instructions for Seersucker Napkin Rings
Seersucker fabric is makes great bedding because it is light weight and wicks moisture (meaning – would draw that moisture from your body to the fabric and keep you drier and cooler). It is easy to care, machine washable and dryer with no ironing… Yeah! It has a crinkle to the fabric that is a natural instinct of seersucker fabric. It comes many colors and patterns for fun sewing. Typically it is available in strips, solids and plaids so it is a fun fabric to use as a accent of blend colors together.
Just a few more Seersucker ideas for you:
Table Cloth photo - Home is where the boat is.net Napkin Rings by Martha Stewart living Wreath Rag Wreath Boutique on Etsy Seersucker Party Ideas by Suzanne of Fanciful Events