Sunday, August 23, 2015

Sewing Room

Hello, Dear Ones! Oh, today I'm so excited to show you my official SEWING ROOM! Yay! It's not totally finished the way I want it but I couldn't wait to show it to you anyway.
Before I get into the details, and believe me I have lots, I wanted to show you the room from the MLS  listing.
Okie dokie! The same lovely not blue color as one of the kitchen walls was painted. No, no Nannette! I wasn't going to stand for this so I painted the wall Lauren's Surprise from Sherwin Williams. The same color as I painted the guest bedroom. I did this last October, then things got too busy to do anything else. As sad as it is, I still have that lighting. One day, one day...
 Whew! I'll start on this side of the room and work around. The door to the room and closet are to the left of the hutch. This was my little mother's china cabinet. I wanted to use it in here and decided to go pink! Charming Pink by Sherwin Williams.
 Here it is when we used it in our Little House. Now it looks pretty good in this snap but it was banged up quite a bit. I'm not too sure my little mother would have approved of me painting it pink so I've decided to tell her when I get to Heaven because I know she'll forgive me! ;)
 Bought new little glass knobs for the doors.
 Not a good snap, but just plain pulls for the drawers. I guess I could have ordered some glass pulls but heck, I didn't want to wait. You may want to get something to drink as I have lots of snaps to show you. Like I said with my guest room - if I'm going to show you my new redone room, I'm going to show it to you good! :)
 Poked up some of my favorite things on the top.



I've opened up the doors so you could see better what I've poked inside. I love Pyrex and the Butterprint pattern is one of my favorites. I cannot bring myself to use these so I thought I would bring them into my sewing room so I could see them all of the time and poke sewing stuff in them! I've neatly folded my smaller pieces of fabric and put them in here so I can see what I have at a glance. I am loving this!
 Moving right along to the corner next to the hutch is a little chair covered in a crocheted tablecloth made by my grandmother and a little pillow made from a pillow case I embroidered when I was 12 or 13. See? I've always been so talented! ;) I'm kidding. The little half moon table needs a paint job and I would love to find another little lamp.
 The painted china pieces were my mothers. She had a friend who was a wonderful china painter. I know mother would love this.
 This is a cross stitched piece I did way back in 1987 called A Virtuous Woman based on the scriptures from Proverbs 31. I love this. It was in a dark wooden frame so I took the Charming Pink paint and painted it up, leaving the little trim part because I was too lazy to tape off the glass. I think it looks okay, do you?
 Now this is exciting! I found this little desk last fall at a garage sale for $20! I knew I would end up painting it but with all of the unpacking boxes and the holidays, it sat in the sunroom until about a month ago. I painted it all up with the same pink paint and added a little image and modge podged it down on the drop down leaf. Isn't it sweet? I'm just loving this.
Here's a blurry snap of the little desk before the paint job. Look at the pretty little legs! It was a very sad little piece sitting out here all through the winter.
 Here is the inside with all of the little cubbies that are just perfect for all of my cards and envelopes. I did have to add two little felty circles as the lid kept sticking after I'd painted it. This works perfectly now! No more sticking.


This is the wall area with spray painted shelves filled with doo dads.
 I had to show you my recent find ~ this darling little 1960s sewing machine. It doesn't work but man it's cute! Don't you think so!!
 Moving along next to the little desk is the craft area. I've skirted this area and my sewing table. This is not the fabric I want forever, it's just what I had enough of to use. So it'll do for now. But, the great thing about skirting a large table is the space underneath to poke stuff! Believe me I'm using that space and nope, not gonna show ya! ;)
 You can see all of my crafy stuff poked in the little shelves. See those little plastic things with drawers? I've had those forever and just cut and taped some scrapbook paper inside the clear plastic drawers to make them prettier! Works for me.
 I get a little bit sad thinking of scrapbook paper! I was packing all of my scrapbook paper into boxes and I had a ton!! Mr. Precious told me I just couldn't bring all of my boxes because they were sooooo heavy. I pouted and stomped my feet! Didn't work. So...I don't have very much paper now. I'll get over it. It cost us over $20,000 to have the movers bring our stuff up here. I know! So I'm trying to recover. Drying my eyes, sniff sniff!
 But if you're sad, you get creative! I have collected zillions of cute embroidery pins from Pinterest and knew I wanted some for my wall in here. These are the three I have done so far. Now you don't have to use white or ecru colored fabric for embroidery. I've used little checks and a light print. I love it! I just size the pattern to what I want, print it out, trace it onto the fabric I'm going to use and go to town!
 Another not so good snap, but this is my sewing table. Like I said, my room is not finished. That chair is perfect in here as I can roll it from craft table to sewing table, but it's ugly! I am planning on recovering it one day. The same 'not forever' fabric is on the windows and the skirt on the table. It is pink, blue and yellow. I also plan on cutting the lace sheers to be window edge length. Looks like my window has on earrings, doesn't it? LOL My room looks over the back yard and I don't need a lot of privacy but do need the light. Need to make a sewing machine cover too. It goes on and on! :)


 Moving to the right side of the window is this little area. See those black metal filing cabinets? Well they are packed with fabric and I already had the shelves on top when I decided to modge podge the drawers to make it look softer! I love this. Do you like it? It was fun and so easy and really looks so much better than just the dark drawers. That little rolling cart on the left has its drawers is filled with rubber stamps! I know, I'm crazy. I have so many and got rid of lots, gave some to Carter and still have far too many but I can't seem to get rid of them! :)
 Here's a closer look at the drawers. I found some cute blue and pink papers to use and lined the drawers of those little plastic drawers with the papers too.
 You can see how I'm trying to be organized. Yay! I bought these pretty little photo boxes and they're perfect to hold velcro, zippers, embroidery threads, lace and such. See the little wooden white butterfly box? It's filled with little craft books called "Workbasket". I started getting these subscriptions in the late 1970s. They are filled with crochet patterns, recipes, and such. I'm attached to them and just can't get rid of them. I do use them occasionally. I've been saving glass jars from the kitchen too. I sprayed the lids with pink paint although one was too pretty with the red and white checks. I've been poking my buttons in them and it's great - all color co-ordinated! See that tiny little blue Adirondack chair with the china doll's head on it? I was gifted that from a blogging friend who wanted to remain anonymous. She knows who she is and I just love it! Thank you, darling.
Well, are you just plumb worn out? Is your tiny tongue hanging out? Guess what? I'm through! Like I've said, my room isn't finished but finished enough for now. I hope you've enjoyed seeing it with me and as time goes on I'll show you the updates. Now am I going to sew up something or just sit in my little chair and take a nap? :) I'm so talented like that, you know!

Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

I'll leave you with a little Note Song ~

The Look Of Love

The look of love
Is in your eyes
A look your smile can't disguise

The look of love
Is saying so much more than
Just words could every say
And what my heart has heard
Well it takes my breath away

I can hardly wait to hold you
Feel my arms around you
How long I have waited
Waited just to love you
Now that I have found you

You've got the look of love
It's on your face
A look that time can't erase
Baby be mine, tonight

Let this be just the start of
So many nights like this
Let's take a lovers vow
And seal it with a kiss

Don't ever go
Don't ever go
I love you so
The look of love

Let this be just the start of
So many nights like this
Let's take a lover's vow
And baby we'll seal it with a kiss
~ sung by Brazil 66



88 comments:

  1. What a charming sewing room, Shelia! Oh my heavens, I love it! I've been sewing some lately and I've sort of turned my office into a sewing room, nothing like yours! Mine is a work in progress, yours is just adorable!
    Hugs,
    Nancy

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  2. I enjoyed getting to see your Sewing Room. You have made it quite wonderful. You have some good work spaces as well as space to sit and relax. You have done some great transformations with the furniture you have painted. It will be a joy to go in there and create! Your Pyrex / Butterprint dishes, they are really nice. They represent the Amish I believe. And your embroidery is also so cute and looks perfect hanging on your walls. Everything is so appropriate. A fun space!

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  3. What a wonderful job you did! It is so feminine and just so pretty, I imagine you would want to spend a lot of time there. I love all your little touches. I love what you did with your Pyrex. Such a great way to be able to look at it all the time.

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  4. I love this little room Sheila. It is perfect. I would love to have a sewing/craft room. Everything looks so organized and pretty. You are so talented. Nelda

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    1. Thank you so much, Nelda!

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    2. This is such an inspirational room. It would definitely make me want to sew up something special for my own granddaughters. Love it.

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  5. Your sewing room is perfect and so you, Shelia. I love that you used the bowls for storage! I really think your mom wouldn't mind the furniture painting because she knows you are happy with it. :)

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  6. Aww Sheila, what a darling room, so fun and cheerful. So neatly organized and frilly. Love the Pyrex collection. A lovely room to spend time in. xo

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  7. Nothing like a place of your own -- and yours is charming. You are talented, and I know wonderful things will come out of that room. Sally

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  8. How wonderful to have a space dedicated to your creativity, Shelia! I love the pink painted pieces, and the chair draped with your precious hand crocheted tablecloth is adorable!! You certainly haven't let any grass grow under your feet since you moved in. I'm impressed with all you've done already and your studio is so cute and well organized, too!

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  9. Oh Sheila...you're too cute...I love your style of writing! I simply have fallen in love with your very creative room!!! I love every detail of your adorable room.
    I totally sympathize with you, and can actually see you pouting and stomping off when Hubby says no...I do that all the time!!!
    BTW...I agree with you about not telling your mom...

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  10. I forgot...what a great way to display your Pyrex bowls!!!

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  11. Well, if that isn't the cutest sewing room I have ever seen. You are going to love spending time in there...maybe too much. ;-) Your grand-daughter is going to love to peak inside when visiting. Deb

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  12. You've created such a pretty happy space for your sewing room!
    Mary Alice

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  13. What a great sewing room!! I love the pink and white---and it's perfect to display all of your pretties (I bet Carter loves it!). The cabinet turned out gorgeous, I'm sure your mother would have loved it. The sampler reminds me of one I made about 25 years ago. So much time and I now I know it's buried downstairs. :(

    Laughed about your dishes stashed in here, I have several sets in dresser drawers in the guest room!! ;-)

    Jane x

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  14. What a fabulous room. I love it and wow, you are so organized too.

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  15. What a cozy sewing room, so charming and full of family and friends history. Love the painted china, my mom has a three footed teacup, saucer and spoon from her aunt. A pretty in pink room Sheila, Kathleen in Az

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  16. You have such a lovely sewing room. I fell in love with your Virtuous Woman cross stitch. On a whim I did a search on ebay and guess what??? I found the pattern for $3.00 with free shipping!!! I am so excited. Thanks for sharing your home. We have very similar taste.

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  17. I love your sewing room, with all of your painted pieces...and organizational things! It's great!! Very pretty chair with the tablecloth and pillow too!

    Hugs,
    Jan ♥

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  18. I have one question. Where did you get the pattern for the embroidered Singer Sewing Machine? I would love to make this for 2 of my friends that I quilt with every Wednesday. I looked it up on your Pinterest board, but the link doesn't lead to the pattern. Thank you so much.

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    1. Lori, I just printed out the image on Pinterest and the printed it out and transfered it onto my fabric. Here is the image and hope this helps.
      https://www.pinterest.com/pin/7810999330691812/

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  19. I'm a sucker for painting furniture. It's so bright! Love it! My favorite is the cabinet with the fabric in it. I love stacks of fabric and the pyrex bowls are great!

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  20. Hello miss Shelia! You are the cutest lady I know..great room to get away too. :)

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  21. Oh my, this is a dream craft/sewing room! What a wonderful space! Love the pink painted furniture, and pyrex collection and how you've used it for "storage!" :) ~Rhonda

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  22. Shelia,
    I am so happy for you, every gal deserves to have her own creative room. Your room, the details, the decorations, the furniture are just wonderful. I have seen the doll dresses you make, so I can envision the delightful and beautiful creations that will flow from this room. On a side note-make sure that wood chuck doesn't get in!
    xo
    Jemma

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  23. I love your pink sewing room. Mine is just a jumble of all kinds of storage things. I don't know if I could give up all of my scrapbooking papers. I know I should get rid of some things in my room. I need to get some shelves for the walls, that would help. I like the way you used your Pyrex. I have several things in that color and pattern. I do use some of mine. Some are just in the kitchen cabinet as decor. Thanks for sharing your room. I think the hutch looks great pink.

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  24. Oh, what a sweet and charming work room, filled with special memories!! Love the pyrex storage, so cute!! And the Tilda dollies look very happy......I know you are having such fun in there!! That is a great sewing table, nice and heavy........xoxoxo

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  25. Oh Shelia, your sewing room reminds so much of the room I just painted and furnished for my step-daughter! I just swooned when I saw your photos. I have the same Pyrex bowls except that I do use mine in the kitchen. I love they way you are using yours for storage. Great idea! I found a set at a thrift store for $10.00 and I think they are just adorable!

    Your sewing room embroideries are just precious. A Virtuous Woman cross stitch is stunning and I do love that you painted the frame in pink. I've had so much eye-candy that I need to take a nap in your beautiful chair! I know that I will have sweet dreams about that room tonight :D

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  26. Oh Shelia, you are so organized and everything looks perfect. Love how you have used paper on boxes and filing cabinet. I like the pink in the room - its so relaxing and a great chair to set in and go over all your craft books.
    I think you have made a great craft room with all the painting and decorating you have done. Gosh the room was terrible when they were selling it - that color. Much better painted pink.
    Have a great week
    Mary

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  27. What a lovely and cozy room you've made for yourself. I'm sure its enhanced all your creative juices..

    Enjoy every moment in your pretty new sewing space~!

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  28. OMG what a charming spot, I love that you added the pink paint and I do the same with my vintage pyrex. Im thinking I need some new pieces after seeing yours :)

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  29. Dear Shelia, WOW I am in love with your charming sewing room and every little detail. You did an incredible job of planning this darling space. Love how you are using your vintage pyrex for supply holders. Such a creative idea. The hutch and your darling little desk look gorgeous in that pretty pink. And how you used the crocheted piece on the chair is lovely. I have one I use like this at times too and did have it in my studio when I had more room for the chair. Oh you make me want to start all over and redo my space. LOL
    So inspiring in every-way!! Love the cross stitch with proverbs and your little case stitched when you were a little girl is precious. Next year you will have to join Where Bloggers Create. Thank you for sharing and all your pretty ideas. Have fun sewing and creating in this charming room.
    Blessings and Hugs, cm

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  30. Shelia, it is the perfect little sewing/craft room. Of course I LOVE the PINK! Adorable and clever! Love how you used paper to make those drawers look pretty, I have some of those plastic storage things and think I might do the same to them! What a great job you have done.
    hugs,
    Linda

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  31. What a wonderful sewing room you have created! It must be a joy to play in there.

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  32. So pretty Sheila ! Love your Mom's pink china cabinet ..fabulous! You have decorated your room with so many pretty things!

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  33. What a cute room! I can imagine when you go in there you are just as happy as can be! You've really done a lot of updating with all the painting and mod-podge. I like how you skirted the table and made the valance to match. You've been a busy lady!

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  34. What an absolutely perfect sewing room, Shelia! It looks like it fits your personality so well. I really don't think your momma would be upset at all with the paint job you did on the little hutch.....it is just perfect. I love that you've used your vintage dishes to display things. I can see many, many hours of blissful fun for you in this room.

    I also wanted to thank you for your kind words of encouragement and your prayers. I truly cherish the kind hearts of so many of my blog friends.

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  35. Oh - My - STARS!!!! I would be in hog heaven in this room! Every detail from romantic - to quirky is absolutely adorable. I love how you've used the pyrex dishes and you've been bold enough to paint the furniture, which I think is charming. Your Mother would approve because of how happy it makes you!

    No wonder you can turn out such adorable sewing projects. With this kind of inspiring room, even I could make a pot-holder or two!

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  36. The most wonderful room to get lost and play! I have made several passes through, looking at everything several times over. So many great ideas, like putting your Pyrex to work and showing it off at the same time; using lateral file drawers for fabric; using what you have, (the fabric) and making it work -- it looks great even if it is not exactly what you want. I love that soft pink that you painted the furniture pieces, too, and aren't you a genius for using scrapbook paper to doll up the plastic drawers? I reuse a lot of glass jars, too, but this give me an idea as to what to do with all those buttons. Cute little red toy machine too. I could go on -- but you already know this is wonderful! Has Carter staked a claim yet? ;>D

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  37. OMG, love this space! Absolutely adore the pink furniture and all the dainty and beautiful items you keep here! No wonder you always come up with great oufits for Marion!

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  38. My maid of honor made me that same sampler back in 1989! I painted my frame white, also. Love your pink hutch!

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    1. Oh, isn't that something! I love that little sampler and as long as I've had it, I can't get rid of it! Thanks for popping in to see me.

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  39. Hi Shelia,

    You ARE something! I'm sure this is your Comfort Room. I really hope that when you begin to redo your office chair, you take pictures for each step. I TRIED to do one once, and I totally bombed!

    Happy Blue Monday!

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  40. Well not only am I in total AWE of this room, but I am plum tuckered out from taking it all in! Oh my goodness, girl...you have outdone yourself in here! I love everything about it. Now I know exactly what I will do with my old black file cabinets in MY sewing room...I have lots of scrapbook paper too! :)

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  41. What a fabulous room!!!! It looks so wonderful and is a great transformation isn't it! You can create all kinds of things in there now you are all set up! xx

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  42. So pretty and organized, Shelia. I especially love the way the fabrics look stacked on your shelves and in your chest. It strikes me you could get quite a bit accomplished here!

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  43. It looks like you've got a great space to do some creating in, Shelia! Love that hutch in here. It seems to be working perfectly for you. I love skirting tables! I did mine in my craft/sewing room, too. You do wind up with that storage AND it stays hidden and out of sight.

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  44. That whole room is just beautiful. You can't help but be creative in there. Shelia, I can just tell how happy you are since moving out there. You absolutely shine and it comes thru in your words. xo

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  45. Love, love your guest room, and your sewing/craft room! Girl, you rock!!

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  46. Love your craft room and the pink too! You have it very organized and wish you lived closer so you could help me with mine. You have used your craft space to the max.. and it looks so nice. Mine is in the beginning stages.

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  47. That room is sweet and pretty just like you!

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  48. You've made this room a wonderful little place for yourself to create and relax , Shelia. I love how functional yet feminine and pretty it is!

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  49. So pretty in pink! I can feel the creativity :)
    Hugs from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

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  50. absolutely gorgeous love it all Shelia.x

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  51. Now this is simply darling...and...creative!!! It's so "you" Shelia...I loved the tour! Pink, pink, pink...you did a marvelous job and this room is going to be all yours...I know you will be quite happy and inspired in this little room! Wonderful!!!!

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  52. Hola, Sheila, eres una gran decoradora, con esas manos tan hábiles que tienes, no queda duda de ello. Te quedó estupendo ese cuarto, realmente es un gran espacio para tu creatividad. Saludos a tu hermosa familia. Un abrazo.

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    1. Hi Shirley! Thanks for popping in to see me. Hope you're doing well.

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  53. I love everything about your sewing room-so cute!

    ~Trisha

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  54. Hi Shelia, well, I could spend several hours in your sweet room just poking about and looking. Delightful! Having a space of one's own is sooooo special. Love yours!

    Barb ♥

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  55. Now, I know where the magic happens ... love your sewing room! It's got such great character, whimsy, sentiment and full of fun fabrics to inspire you to sew your precious doll outfits!

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  56. What a great sewing room Shelia....and it must be so great to be in that every so cheerful and truly organized room...that desk was a true bargain...love the way you transformed all of the furniture....just love the pink!!! Loved seeing where you create your beautiful projects.

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  57. Shelia,
    I l o v e your Sewing Room, dear friend!!!
    Every creative space needs to be filled with accessories that are functional and inspiring!!!
    You have done a wonderful job of filling yours with treasures of the heart, as well!!!
    I'd love to set in the chair in the corner and watch you work!!!
    Thank you for sharing!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  58. Wow Judy! So many things really caught my eye! I love how you finished the filing cabinet, and the table cloth on the chair looks like it was made just for it. You've given me many fresh ideas, hopefully soon my craft and sewing room will look presentable!!

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  59. Your new sewing room is AWESOME!!!!

    I love how you painted (in the best shade of pink ever) your momma's cabinet- she'd love it, I bet!

    What a happy and wonderful place that you've made for your very own. What wonderful creations will come from being in such a pretty and happy place!

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  60. I LOVE your sewing room! So much to see and enjoy. I wish I could sit down in that comfy chair and study every, little thing. You've inspired me to get back to my creative space/office redo. It was started but life comes along fast and furious and that's the room where things disappear! Your sweet desk reminds me of one that belongs to my dear mother. Some day I will feature it on my blog - there's a story behind it and I've love to have my mother tell the story for me to share.
    ~Adrienne~

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  61. Shelia, you did such a wonderful job creating your beautiful sewing room. I love the soft pink redo of the hutch and how you've stocked it - very organized and colourful, too. It's a very cozy room to spend doing your craft.

    Have a great weekend!

    Poppy

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  62. Wow Shelia, what a great job you've done with this room!!! I just love pink, so all your pink furniture really pushes my buttons. :-D Your mother's hutch is beautiful, and I love the Butterprint Pyrex and colorful fabrics in there -- just perfect! The little pink desk is beautiful too; I love the shape of the legs. Your embroidered pictures are charming, and you've done a great job organizing everything! Two thumbs up, Shelia!!

    Thanks for sharing with us and have a wonderful weekend. :)

    Big hugs,

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  63. Love, love your sewing room...looks amazing and such a great creative space!
    Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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  64. This craft room is amazing. I love the pops of pink. So cute. Your collection of Pyrex is unbelievable. So cute in here.

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  65. What a great sewing room! Thanks for joining Home Sweet Home!

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  66. Shelia, I love this--this room is so YOU! It's just brimming with personality--but it's also really practical. Love that big skirted work space. But my favorite is probably the pink hutch.

    Thanks for joining Grace at Home--I'm featuring you this week!

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  67. Your room is lovely, so neat and orderly for a craft room - haha! Probably not for long, right? I love all of your organizational spots - and the china cabinet is just perfect and pretty in pink (your mom will be happy that it never ended up on the side of the road, she wouldn't be upset with the color!! Enjoy your sweet and pretty room!

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  68. I'm so loving your craft room, Shelia. It's so you! I love how it's so sweet and girly and not manly at all. That's how I did my dressing room. Pink :)

    xo

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  69. I am EMBARRASSED!!! I am realizing I have missed ALOT of your posts and I apologize!! I have "sewing room envy'!!! Not that I can sew but IF I could I would want this room!! It is all pretty AND organized! Wow. You are amazing, I don't know how you do alll you do!!!!

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  70. I'm so excited to show you my official SEWING ROOM! Yay! It's not totally finished the way I want it but I couldn't wait to show it to you anyway. http://sewingmachinejudge.com/

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  71. I used the paint color Lauren's Surprise from Sherwin Williams for our bedroom. It's a lovely soft color. But you have gone a lot further. I love your new sewing room now, it's cozy and perfect for tranquil concentrated sewing. I'm really impressed.

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