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Sunday, March 2, 2014

A Visit to my Sewing Room ~


Good Sunday Morning 
~ Friends & Folk ~

My sewing room is finished, so come for a visit with me, won't you?


Sewing Corner


…a different view


pretty arrangement of some of my favorite things...


~ needful little things ~


tiny white cupboard holds my antique ribbon store display box...

 This is a view from the top of the stairs, 
~ turned back & looking into the room…


Yay!


another view of office area...


beautiful cherry wood shelf that Peter made me ~ from our woods ~ brackets are from Joan :)


'arial' view of office area with sewing corner in the back...



found this Owl Lamp at Walmart too ~ L O V E


view of the hooking corner of this room,
...as seen from sewing corner!


comfy chair, antique sewing table and my hooking baskets



this is where I hook and punch….



my happy place :)



love my shelves :)


Remember I mentioned that I was going to put Mom's curtains at the bottom of the windows and perhaps make some valances from red fabric?
nope…I like this view much better ~



grapevine at the window-top

perfect.


lets the sunlight in and nods to my love of Nature...



~ organized my antique thread spools in my early Coats store display ~



using a vintage mirror under my keyboard/pad reflects even more light

(BELOW)
 This is a beautifully crafted rug hook that I'm using at the moment ~
it is hand turned acrylic/wood in my favorite color ~ plus it has a little extra bling on the end of the handle ~ a large violet crystal that catches the light when I hook!
it's like a magic wand LOL!!


my absolute favorite color ~ any shade of lavender!

Thanks for your visit today ~
 Hope you enjoyed my photos …


* Blessed be * 
Lori

32 comments:

casey said...

Very inspiring, Lori. Need to make myself a cozy nook instead of spreading my stuff all over the house! I have a lovely studio space downstairs in the cellar....but it's in the cellar!! But maybe if I put an upholstered chair down there so I could get really comfy, I'd be more apt to stay there.

Did I miss your total bathroom reveal? I've seen bits and pieces but not the finished shots. I'm loving it so far!!

Raymond Homestead said...

Looks great Lori! I love the window and the spool holder!

Val Reaves said...

Looks great! Such a place of creativity... You've inspired me!
Val in Kansas

quiltsbycheri said...

a beautiful room full of favorites, inspirational and needful things.....oh I can just imagine all the wonders that are too come!

Primitive Stars said...

Love the room, you know how to make it so cozy and inviting.....I like the window treatment just like that, such a great view, Blessings Francine.

denise said...

love it!

Lori from Notforgotten Farm said...

Casey ~ no, you didn't miss the Bathroom redux reveal! we have a couple little things to add, then we will share it :))
~ L

Margs Primitive Quilts said...

Your room turned out wonderful Lori as I imagined it would. You have real talent girl in everything you put your mind to!You inspire me.
I love all your creativity!Is that a chest under your desk with a quilt covering it? I have my Mothers hope chest & the curves look just like it. I was just wondering.....
Thanks for showing us another amazing reveal!
Marg

~Backroad Treasures~ said...

I love it.....so comfy and inspiring....now I am off to redo mine....thank you for the inspiration....
Have a wonderful sunday!!!
Blessings
Rhonda

Michelle said...

Very nice. I like the curtain idea to cover the open shelving. I think I will do that as well.

Nancy Bauer said...

Your redux is PERFECT Lori! What a great birthday present... :) Love the windows..tomorrow you can watch the snow fly, again :P I prefer this 67 degrees we have right now! Enjoy your redux! xo

linda56 said...

you don't mess around....you did it.....and in such a short time.....nice work lori.....now that you have experience with it....want to come to my house and help me....lol....love how you did the shelf and I love that wall with the bid scissors.....very nice.....I bet you will be spending lots of time up there....

Susana A said...

Felicidades¡¡¡¡

me encanto tu habitacion

saludos

backporchcarver said...

I love the way you have incorporated all your favorite things (eye candy) into your work space. It looks very functional and oh so cozy at the same time, wonderful nest! I am a basket case too and enjoy seeing all of your baskets put to such great use.And your antique pieces of furniture to..... oh heck, I love it all!

Susana A said...

Felicidades¡¡¡¡

me encanto tu habitacion

saludos

Susana A said...

Felicidades¡¡¡¡

me encanto tu habitacion

saludos

NMK said...

What a comfy ,cozy work room , you are surrounded by beautiful treasures ! Looks Great !!!

Rugs and Pugs said...

Lori,
Your room came out great! Will it stay that neat? My hooking room is always a disaster.
LOVE your puzzle balls.
Hugs :)
Lauren

Martha Doe said...

The room turned out very nucely! I love your violet hook...wherever do you find such a pretty hook?

XXOO
Martha

The Evening Stitcher said...

Beautiful, Lori!! You have such a creative soul and so many creative things to work with! It's nice to be able to work in a space that allows freedom and inspiration in every nook and cranny! Love your beautiful rug hook..I can't wait to see your bathroom!

gracie said...

I loved visiting your special room today

Debra said...

Looks great, Lori. A perfect haven for creativity.

Liza S. said...

It turned out oh so nice. Thank you for sharing with all of us.

Cari said...

Love the room. The natural light is amazing. I know it's all that and MORE !! Congratulations !!

Jubama said...

beautiful sewing room !!!

Debra Masek said...

You certainly created a lovely space to create and work!! More inspiration. Love it!!

Elisabetta said...

I love everything each detail is just perfect in the right place!!! Great are also the frame!!!

Heidi Steiner said...

The studio re-do is wonderful. A lovely room to spend the day creating your works of heart.
Enjoy every stitch..
Heidi

Jeri Landers said...

Well I just love it all! I need a gigantic safety pin, to use as a curtain rod. Speaking of curtains, I like your use of burlap curtains with clothespins, the grapevines in the window and all the nooks and crannies filled with delightful thingies. Who wouldn't love to sit in that ever so cozy chair and lose ones self in their needlework. Bravo for a job well done! Oh, and the rug is great!

TeresaM said...

So inspiring Lori!!!!! I wish my sewing room looked this good!!!

Lana Manis said...

Lori, your sewing room looks amazing! I LOVE that owl lamp and now hope I can find one like it. That negative plate in the window is wonderful too! Ok, I love the pincushions you have on display, too... and the comfy chair... I love it all!

Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

Your craft/sewing room has so inspired me that I have been cleaning away!!! Thanks so much for getting me motivated!!!
A Lovely creative space you have created!
Prim Blessings
Robin

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