Month: May 2009
So that’s how it goes when you go shopping with big girls. I was lamenting that my feet hurt, but I didn’t have any other shoes, so there was nothing I could do about it. They told me to buy new shoes. They were right. I’m quite pleased with them.
And since I was focusing on the subject of shoes (I don’t very often), I was seeing shoes and the stories they were telling me all over the house.
Problably kicked of while doing dishes. There always shoes lying around where they don’t belong.
One of the girls loves ballet. And I get to sew on the elastics on her shoes. ButI don’t mind, really.
Youngest. Her old shoes on the right, new on the left. Growing up so fast.
Now that I have my own room, there is even more sewing than before. So I made a bag (what else?)
I really like this pattern. The more bags I make, the more I find out how I like them best. I need a long strap, to wear it messenger style, or else I loose it.
I made the front pocket elastic, to prevent my phone from falling out. The front pocket has a few small pockets inside.
The inside has one big pocket.
And it closes with a button.
It feels like summer
A room of my own
I often said I didn’t need a sewing room, but I have to admit that I’ve been a little bit envious of people who did have their own little rooms. I never wanted it to be big and perfect, but a bit of space where I could leave out my stuff… But I ever thought it possible in our tiny home, so Ididn’t give it too much thought.
Until my husband decided to ask my father to help him build that final room downstairs (in the former garage) so that our youngest could move in there and I could have a room of my own. I love it so much! I’ve been organizing and rearranging things for a week now and it’s still not really done, nor will it ever be fit t feature in a magazine, but I still want to show it to you all today.
Right behind the door is my writing nook. And the closet with my vintage dresses (that still don’t fit, but at least now I can see them)
Then, left to the window is my sewing table. I looked all over town for a small table and this one fits perfectly.
At the other wall is my grandmothers little kitchencupboard (holding notions), my sewing box and my baskets of yarn. Inspiration boards on the wall. I love those.
Lots of space for my fabrics.
My buttons all spread out and easy to find.
It’s tiny and messy but I’m so in love with it!