I’m visiting my sister this week and we each have lots of fun projects in mind. One of the things that Christy has had in mind for a while is working out a way to hide cubby shelves under some cabinets in her kitchen. They are little catch-all spots that are handy but not attractive.
Christy is also a quilter so she naturally wondered how her fabric stash could come to the rescue. Should she keep the simple fabric drop that had covered the cubby holes for the last 2 years or replace with something that could be changed at a whim? Should she make a quilted something-er-other that would reflect the four seasons of the desert where she lives? The possibilities are mind-boggling. In the end, an ability to change the look of whatever covered the opening was critical to the formula.
Pockets to the rescue. With clear vinyl (available from the local hardware store) stitched across the bottom portion of the fabric drop and sectioned into pockets, a change of look is easy!
I think it’s kinda fun. And Christy is happy with it. What do you think?