Saturday, January 24, 2015

CRAFT DRESSER

Hope you have all had a good Saturday. Today I just pottered about at home.
Here in Cornwall it was a lovely sunny day for a change. Son had his driving
lesson, three point turns and reversing today. He is doing so well, so proud of him.
Daughter took a break frim Uni so has been home for a week. She is going
back tomorrow, it always makes me feel sad, miss her so much.

I have gained some new followers recently and I would like to say a Big
Welcome. I am only a little Blogger so I really appreciate when people take
the time to read my ramblings and then want to follow me to read some more.
One of my wishes this year is to reach the big 100 .For you big bloggers this
is probably a low number but for me it is high. As it has taken me so long to
get this far. Anyway I will plod along and just hope you enjoy enough to stay with me.


As you know girls can always change their minds! And I change mine
more than most (According to my hubby)....

So out with the table and in with the dresser.


It started out not too full but as I found things it filled up.










 





































I can now open the front door without it banging against anything.
There is enough room to store my sewing machine inside and most of my spare wool.
I have a seven foot kitchen table so I will use this for my makes and when I want to
use one of my machines.  A much better solution. I have already started to make more things.
Just great to have everything in one place.

Will show you my makes at a later date.

Bye for now have a great Sunday. I,m off to the beach tomorrow with son
doing another photo shoot. If I take my camera I will show you.

                                                    x

15 comments:

  1. I love your dresser and that lovely jug full of gorgeous buttons x I am the same always moving things around. Happy crafting x and good day at the beach x

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    1. Hi Pippa. Yes I just tip all the buttons on the table because the one I need is always at the bottom.
      Rosezeeta.

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  2. Lol...that's so funny, don't be surprised that your dresser filled up so quickly. Happens all the time! lol
    Love how you've displayed your treasures. The buttons in the glass jug is a great idea. Have fun.
    Cheers, Anita.

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    1. Dresser is getting quite full now, but will still fit in a few small bits.
      Jug is a vintage one I brought from a charity shop for pennies.
      Rosezeeta.

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  3. Love the dresser.
    Julie xxxxxxx

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    1. Thanks Julie. It is staying. Already made a few things. And as I spend most of the day in my kitchen it is in the right place.
      Rosezeeta.

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  4. It looks fantastic, and a bit of music while you work, enjoy creating.

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    1. Thank you Simple Living. And music while I craft. just wonderful.
      Rosezeeta.

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  5. Your area is looking great. Good for your son with his driving!
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  6. I loved it the other way but this way is much better. I like your series of photos. It looks like the dresser is filling up with crafty goodness.
    xx

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    1. Hi Mum I loved the table but it was impractical. Dresser is nearly full now.
      Rosezeeta.

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  7. You have such a nice crafting area. Pottering at home is my favorite thing to do :)

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    1. Thank you Michelle. I am the same.
      Rosezeeta

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  8. Hi Rosezeeta,I love your dresser and all your quirky bits.We only have a small house and nowhere to put one,but I love dressers.I see you have a lot of buttons,I am a button addict.I am also a beginner on the sewing machine and am teaching myself,I have made some cushion covers and bag keepers,so far so good.

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  9. My dresser is probably 20 years + now. Hubby brought me it plus table and chairs to match which I still have but not using at the moment. They were that orange pine and Ipainted them many years ago. The dresser.could do with a new paint job now. keep up with the sewing Lee.
    Rosezeeta

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