Call them what you will – funky wall hangings or hippie tapestries or even a bedspread – we officially (or as official as your buds get) call these great pieces of vibrant, beautiful cotton fabric “Tapestries”…for as many names as they have, they have as many different uses: a tablecloth, a bedspread, a picnic cloth, a curtain, or even just for sewing fabric… However you decide to use our hippie tapestries, it seems our customers have found many uses & many ways to feel the tapestry love. Take a look at just a few (and one sweet review from our bud Sarah):

Lisa with her sun wall-hanging tapestry.
A cool curtain idea from Andee.
Greta in our vending daze.
Sarah, Mickey and the Soul-Flower Sun & Moon Tapestry
From Sarah: You can count on the sun and moon tie-dyed tapestry to brighten up not only your room, but your mood as well! The vibrant colors and tie-dye pattern will turn any frown upside down, just like the euphoric astronomical face that completes the tap. Flames and stars stem from each side of the sun and moon’s face, as day and night can both be bright! You can hang this tapestry on a wall to lively up any room in your home, or use it on your bed for a cool, unique addition to your bedroom. If you just “tap” into your imagination, you can find other creative possibilities as well. I was sick of looking at my boring white walls, and now I can explore the beautiful designs incorporated into this tapestry. I have the tap hanging in my living room and since then, my buds have noticed the evident addition of brilliance into my place. It emphasizes something special in my home, and it will surely tickle the fancy of all your buds, too =)
Thanks Sarah, we love that we can spread such great vibes. Peace!

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4 Comments on Different Uses for Tapestries

  1. Lisa Marie Mary
    May 19, 2010 at 2:39 am (13 years ago)

    Totally awesome idea from Andee – I never even thought about that! Cool!

    And I love that sun and moon tapestry – such pretty, happy colors!!

    And look at me and my goofy weirdness on your blog, too! LOL (Thanks for the link love!) <3

  2. Your Bud Peggy
    May 20, 2010 at 4:20 pm (13 years ago)

    Hi Lisa, it was either your picture or your daughter’s (which was adorable by the way). I hadn’t seen that tapestry review so was excited to include it in our blog about Tapestries…perfect!!!

  3. Lisa Marie Mary
    May 21, 2010 at 2:37 pm (13 years ago)

    Super groovy! Happy to be a part of the post! 🙂

  4. Save On Tapestries
    March 16, 2020 at 3:18 am (3 years ago)

    Hi, I have always loved tapestries like these, with their different patterns and tie-dyes, but have always been confused about how such large spreads can be used. I’ll surely be trying out some of these ways!


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