It's already been a year since my son painted the spare room and I turned it in to my new hooking room. I didn't show it before because I wanted to get the cupboard hung. Then my excuse was the rugs weren't hung, and for months the excuse was that the wool cupboards weren't organized. I finally decided if I waited until the wool was organized, you would never get to see it.
The room is larger than my previous hooking room, but once I got everything in, not as large as I thought it was. I wanted to "float" the couch in the middle of the room and put the antique table behind it as a place where I could keep my sewing machine out, but the room was just not wide enough. The room is only 10' x 13 1/2', but in it I have 5 antique cupboards, the table, a tool box used as a coffee table (didn't show that, just too much of a mess!), and a hanging cupboard.
Here goes . . .
|I've lived here for almost 14 years and still don't have any window treatments made. |
Some day . . . sigh.
|My flock of sheep is growing, but as you can see, |
many of them have leg "issues".
|Will I ever get the wool organized? |
It would make color planning so much easier.
|Sweet little hanging cupboard ~|
a newer cupboard made with old wood.
A gift from friend Bobbie, the Evening Stitcher.
My small collection of
toy sewing machines above
and an antique sampler below.
|Treasures from friends, some who I have met |
and some only known through blogging,
but friends nonetheless.
|Ellie's favorite spot.|
The rugs I have hanging.
|Pattern by Red House Wool Studio,|
Cathy Greschner - Orange Sink.
|Magdalena Briner inspired rug.|
|Wendy Miller, the Red Saltbox|
|Patterns by Star Rug Company,|
and Heavens to Betsy.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)