This is my 1/2 Room for Scrapbooking & Paper Filigree which is also my Bedroom. In this room I have added my Moms Singer Featherweight Sewing machine from the late 40's or early 50's which sits on a wooden card table, the legs also fold under for easy storage if I ever need to downsize or move it, this was purchased in Walmart. Mom gave me her Singer Featherweight and I made my first maternity smock on it at the age of 20 years old. I'm now 68 years young and still using this machine. The machine still does a great job and in the summer the Sewing Room #1 gets too hot to sew in as it has no air or windows just a door adjacent to the family room. The wall unit was a put it together yourself piece from Big Lots under $100 and I was blessed to have a wonderful neighbor haul it home for me and her Dad and my son assembled it. This unit holds my computer and just about everything else that I can neatly work into it. I keep most of my ribbon tidy by winding it around wooden clothes pins purchased in Walmart and then stored in apothecary jars. I pick up jars from yard sales and thrift stores to store just about everything I need close at hand. My German glass glitter is stored in revolving spice racks purchased in Target. Under the beautiful crocheted lace tablecloth are stackable plastic storage bins that can be removed individually and they hold plenty of this and that including 12 by 12 scrapbooking paper, these are actually standing on a 5 foot oak aquarium stand that I found at the Goodwill for $19.95. If you look in the pic's of Room #2 the windows are my version of windows, glass window frames with old quilts attached to the back! I forgot to mention the last pic in Room #2 are 3 great hats on a hat stand above my sewing center. They were Moms from the early 1930's. What a wonderful treasure to have and display. I have my first attempt of sewing at around age 8 years of age that is in a yellow frame and is a cross stitching that reads "God Bless Our Home" Mom was a saver also and gave it to me in my early adulthood. I have also posted my WIP's that will be finished and can be viewed on "Heartful Creations" later this weekend. Now don't forget to scroll down and visit Room #2 and thanks for visiting! XOXO
Now don't forget to scroll down and visit the Sewing Room and enjoy your visit, thanks for stopping by!