Then there was this:
It's an old hospital sheet, textured and very cool. It was white when I got it years and years ago at an estate sale. I know it was from a hospital because it had a stamp along the hem: King's Daughters' Hospital (only they left out the apostrophes, which I can't bring myself to do). I looked it up; it was a charity hospital in Temple, Texas, that opened in that 1890s and is now a clinic of some sort.
It was heavy-ish, and I loved the texture, so I brought it home and bleached it and used it for years as an over-sheet on our bed in the summer time, when you sleep under a fan and might need an extra layer but nothing at all heavy. Then I dyed it pink and used it some more, and then it started wearing out, and finally it ripped. I tore it in half (this Jumpron has a seam down the middle of the front and back because of that) and lined it with bleached muslin and made this:
Hope your week is starting off grandly! XO