The colors photographed much brighter then they really are. Trust me: they look faded.
My dh arrived yesterday so he helped me move a desk from our other house (which has been sitting in the garage) Into my sewing room to try it out. I decided I could have two machines at my disposal this way; switch off between the 1080 and the 301. It isn't a sewing table at all but might work out. When we sold our other house, most all the furniture went with it. This desk was one of our favorites so we kept it. There's not really any place else for it.
What do you think?
I'm still trying to figure out the cutting table situation. I'm using an old kitchen cutting island which is much too small but works for now.
No design wall yet. That'll come. I'm sharing the room with Emma and her crib so I might wait on the design wall until she gets into a bed.
She just turned 3 so I doubt it'll be long now.
Four machines ready to use in one room? Sounds heavenly!ReplyDelete
My cutting table isn't a kitchen cart, but it is about the same size. No room for something bigger. Your sewing room sounds good-sized. Wonderful!
Emma has certainly grown up! I love her outfit! I am always envious of any one with a sewing room. I see why you wanted to keep the desk.ReplyDelete
Great faded star--it has the look!ReplyDelete
If the desk is the right height to sew then go for it. It is a handsome looking desk.ReplyDelete
What a cutie! Your granddaughter, that is! I also love the fabrics in the star block. It is really nice to have more than one machine ready so you can have different projects at them. I am quilting a large quilt now and set up my Featherweight to work on piecing as I don't want to just quilt all day long. 😜ReplyDelete
YEA! Now you're ready for Bonnie to come back to Sun River! 4 machines to play with.four friends.ReplyDelete