Do you recall the small corner dedicated to sewing in my former studio? In my new space, sewing takes front and center — thanks to my new table.
When I came upon the 1950s teapot embellished kitchen table at my friend Kim's Stratford Antique Center booth, I knew I had to have it. So perfect for a former tea room proprietor, don't you think? Plus, it provides an ample surface for sewing and other crafty projects.
Close at hand, a shelf holds vintage sewing baskets and thread. My refurbished vegetable bin keeps supplies like trims and fabric remnants neatly stowed away.
I enjoy sewing. My mother was a talented seamstress, so I must have caught the sewing bug from her. The large spools of thread belonged to my mom. I like having them within view because they remind me of her.
When time permits, I'll be making more pennant banners out of some pretty floral textiles I've collected. Look for them in my Etsy shop later this spring.