New Photo of Sewing Room and a recent project

Curtains by the kitchen table, there is a matching valence above the window over the sink.  These are lined with a light green gingham, the other valance is lined with yellow gingham.  They were not hard to sew, just have to take time and double check the measurements.

Curtains by the kitchen table, there is a matching valence above the window over the sink. These are lined with a light green gingham, the other valance is lined with yellow gingham. They were not hard to sew, just have to take time and double check the measurements.

The mirrors are cheap ones, and are just tied on.   I didn't want to start poking holes in the doors since I wasn't sure it would work.  It does, but they are on the small side, so I may check out how much mirrored closet doors cost.  These will do for now though.
The mirrors are cheap ones, and are just tied on. I didn’t want to start poking holes in the doors since I wasn’t sure it would work. It does, but they are on the small side, so I may check out how much mirrored closet doors cost. These will do for now though.

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2 Responses to “New Photo of Sewing Room and a recent project”

  1. Liana Says:

    Brilliant idea to tie on the mirrors for a trial. I may have to try that where I have nothing I can attach to. My sewing area is an unfinished basement, so I have cement walls, studs, etc. šŸ™‚

  2. justgail Says:

    WooHoo! first comment – thanks! With an unfinished basement, you can always hang from the sill plate or the floor joists if the ceiling is open. Furnace duct strapping (the stuff with holes ever inch or so) works as long as it won’t be moved back and forth, or it can get weak and snap, or chain (use big washers to keep the screws from going thru the holes in the chain). Or upholstery webbing, that you could cover with fabric, and you could use it for a mini bulletin board. One nice thing about unfinished basements – if the first attempt of hanging something doesn’t work out, you don’t have to spackle the holes!

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