Friday, November 25, 2011

sewing space












The sewing corner is almost complete. You can see it's progress here. The gold frame is going to used eleshere in the house as I found the larger corkboard more practical for the space. A spray of black paint and some vintage sheet prettied up the corkboard. Suitcases hold some of the fabric collection. Next on the list is a sewing machine cover.  And curtains. But I never say finished because needs and tastes can change and I always feel that the home is a work in progress. But it is nice to have a pleasant, functional little space.


Hope you are having a lovely Friday!

27 comments:

  1. Tania you have such a great sewing space. All those pretty vintage pieces and that lovely turquoise colour. x

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  2. I am so incredibly jealous of your perfect little space. Please come to my house and pretty up the pig sty that is my sewing room!!

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  3. How lovely! So simple and elegant~happy sewing!
    Jennifer

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  4. Love it! Makes me want to sew! May your bobbin always be full indeed.

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  5. it's wonderful and i couldn't agree more that a home is always a work in progress - just when you think you've finalised one area, there is always another begging for some attention. Have a great time sewing and creating in such a lovely spot xx

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  6. So lovely, very sweet & inspiring... you must be neat when sewing, I would be knocking books & pieces off everywhere!

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  7. I love it, so sweet and pretty and simple. Love a little nook!

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  8. Tania you have such a beautiful space in which to sew & a natural talent for gathering and arranging pretty things :-)

    Jem xXx

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  9. This is such a delightful sewing space Tania..I love all the little vintage bits and pieces.

    I have kind of outgrown my space and am thinking I need to bring in my old wardrobe to house some of my supplies as hubby is getting rather tired of everything spilling out of my suitcases and tripping over them.

    I agree that a home is ever changing and a continual WIP..I am forever changing and rearranging here :)

    x

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  10. Oh Tania. What a delightful little space. I'd look so forward to coming to it. I'm in the process of making a sewing space for myself and still undecided on how to store fabric. I have large pieces and lot's of little offcuts. You never know when they're going to come in handy. How do you store all of your fabric, so you can find what you're looking for easy enough? xx

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  11. Tania, you can tell that a lot of time and love has gone into creating that space, it is divine. I can't wait to see what creations come from it. :)

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  12. I love all the little details and it looks so organised. Must get mine sorted :-)

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  13. Gorgeous - love the colour scheme, that cream vintage suitcase and the sweet tins. Are you a Monday's Child?

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  14. What a lovely inspiring space, It's gorgeous! :)

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  15. Such pretties you have Tania, it's nice to be able to display them, I think if you can see your bits and pieces then your always surrounded by inspiration...My girls get into everything I put out but oneday, oneday I say....I will make a pretty corner, for now My space is practical.... Love your bobbin saying... :)

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  16. Your space is so pretty!. I recently organised a little corner for myself (instead of leaving a huge mess on teh kitchen table) and it makes such a difference. Looking at your space, I think I need a 'mood board' as well :) Will go and check out the op-shop today.

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  17. I love your sewing corner, it's lovely!

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  18. What a lovely sewing space, starting tomorrow i am tackling mine. Thanks for sharing!

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  19. that is such an inspiring space - im actually going right now to set up my machine and get sewing - thank you!

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  20. Your sewing space looks wonderful. Doesn't it just put you in a good mood to feast the eyes on a little corner of wonderful? With not a piece of lego in sight! melx

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  21. Looks great! Love the color and the bobbin saying...just perfect :)

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  22. Oh my how I love it! Seriously. It is just wonderful! Cute, organized, classic. Good work in progress. Also, I love the quote. "May your bobbin always be full."

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  23. Ohhh I love it! Thanks for sharing Tania!

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