Are you ready to continue the studio tour from last Sunday? If you missed last week Part 1 will take you there.
Would you like a cup of coffee to sip during the tour?
As you look into the second room you are drawn in by the incredible wallpaper border on the back wall.
It continues the vintage elegance from the first room.
Oh, the Grace frame for the owners BERNINA 820 is also noticeable. Somehow, unlike other rooms with a frame, it doesn’t seem to dominate the room.
To the right a beautiful display curio made by the owners husband holds many treasures. This is one of my favorite pieces. Sorry about the glare.
Below an antique treadle machine is supported on both sides with bolts of fabric. The carpet is so soft and cushy you could easily take a nap.
A Victorian dress and hat stand below some framed vintage pieces.
The cupboard on one side of the doorway has a glass front cabinet to hold fabric, books and a tea set. The wire basket on top holds serger thread. Who knew serger thread could look so pretty.
The cupboard on the other side has lots of little drawers to hold all kinds of treasures.
A view back towards the first room.
There are little sewing vignettes of eye candy which give inspiration.
Or you could just gaze out the window.
I’m sorry, you can’t keep the keys to the studio, but the owner told us we can come for another time. Until then we will have to use her studio as inspiration for making our studios as pretty as this one.
Did you sign the guest book?
I’m off to find a studio for next Sunday.
Stitch at you Soon,
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