Friday, September 23, 2011

Sweet Sewing Shed

This little sewing shed is very sweet, isn't it? I love the natural light coming in over the sewing machine. I ran across a big stash of vintage ticking I had completely forgotten about this week and it made me want to sew. Sewing rooms are probably pretty rare these days but they are a must for the serious seamstress. You can just close the door and pick up where you left off later. We always had one when I was growing up and my mother and I both sewed with a red-hot needle on our Singer. via

7 comments:

Susie said...

Rosemary, What a cute shed. I miss sewing at times. I used to sew my daughters clothes when they were young. Hope you are doing well. Show us what you make from your fabric, please. Smiles, Susie

Lauren Scheuer said...

Aaaah, the light. Red-hot needle - I like that image! My daughter and I keep the sewing machine out at all times... because sometimes you just have to whip up a stuffed bunny, or cut the sleeves off your shirt, or add fringe to something on a moment's notice, you know?

Nanna said...

that makes me want to move my sewing room into a shed lol
Helen

janice15 said...

HOW LOVELY..I HAVE A STORAGE SHED WITH TWO PARTS AND I KEEP THINKING I WANT TO DO SOMETHING LIKE THIS HAVING TO INCLUDE MY GARDEN THINGS AS WELL ADORABLE THIS IS. HAPPY FRIDAY AND HAVE A LOVELY WEEKEND.

Karen said...

I love the shed, even if I don't sew enough to call if a sewing shed...how about a reading/writing shed?

Happy Friday!
Karen

Robin@DecoratingTennisGirl said...

Wonderful space, Rosemary. Love the clean look!

QuilterPattiO said...

If you think sewing rooms are rare these days then you don't know any quilters. My laundry room is now my sewing room and isn't much bigger than this. I of course also have a quilting room where my gammel quilting machine is with it's 12 foot table takes much more room. This room is pretty but much too neat for me. I need to see a project in the works. PattiO