Happy Monday, my friends!!
I hope you all had a loverly Valentine's Day, complete with chocolate!!! I certainly did!!!!
I loved reading all of your comments on my previous post and hope that you are ready for Part 2!
This is the corner as you face the front of my room!
Two old samplers under glass on either side of a small corner cupboard!
Shelves filled with pretties, putz sheep, brown transfer ware sugar bowl and saucer, old spools of thread and scissors,
a red checked pincushion I made, and a sweet stitched piece from my dear friend
Another shelf filled with old photos, spools of thread, painted heart box with old pincushion on top, heart shaped scissors and a heart pincushion I made!
Who says a corner has to be boring?
This little stool/bench sits below the cupboard and hold my Valdani threads in the drawer, as well as a small ruler box gifted to me by Sharon of Moosecraft Blog! I filled it with buttons and just love it!
Another corner cupboard sits below, holding the small bench, a stand filled with ornaments I made, and also has a lower shelf!!
Here is a closer view of the bottom shelf, holding glass jars filled with old spools of threads and old clothespins, with two old flower frogs! Two old brown transfer ware platters hold more hand made pincushions!!
Beside the corner cupboards is my mannequin Millicent!! She feels right at home here in my sewing room!!!
I just love her wire skirt, don't you? She keeps me company as I stitch away, with never a cross word!
This old gal has been with me for 35 years now and still stitches beautifully!
I hope she keeps running for many years to come!!!
What would a sewing room be without some sewing projects, waiting patiently to be worked on?
I also have some sweet little birdies to keep me company!! Normally I have the blind open, but the light was just too bright for my photo!!! It really is a lovely view outside my window!!
Above the window is a long shelf filled with lots of pincushions I made, including my version of a Milliner's Head with an old bonnet! Love all the shadows!!
Next to my table on the right are two bookcases, filled with all manner of sewing, stitching, craft,
home decor, rug hooking, needle punching, and quilting books AND Fabric!! A girl can NEVER have TOO MUCH!!!
The round boxes on the top are also filled with different colors or fabric snippets, buttons, and various other supplies at the ready! One never knows what one might need!!
And finally, another orphan chair, complete with an old coverlet and an enamelware pan filled with little baby shoes!!
Love the ones stuffed with pink tissue paper!!!
I hope you enjoyed your visit today and got lots of ideas and inspiration!! I still have more to share, so I will be doing another post soon on Part 3! It is hard to believe I have so much packed into this little room!!! Please do be sure to come by soon!!
I am working on some new items for Spring and Easter as well, and will share a little "sneak peek" soon!!!
Thank you so much for your friendship, interest and wonderful comments!!! They really do touch my heart!!
Wishing you a Creative and Inspiring day, my friends~