The end of the room showing the ever growing craft book selection and vintage sewing bits and bobs.
My record player that I just love putting my old LPs on. It is sitting quite happily on a pine trunk which is full of yarn. A great hiding place for the ever growing stash.
On the trunk also sits a vintage crate holding some wonderful vintage craft magazines that are a real pleasure to browse.
It wouldn't be a craft room without a fabric stash.
The work table and vintage tea trolley which I also use for afternoon teas when we have visitors. The tea trolley was a gift from my son in law on a trip to Horncastle, he loves those afternoon teas!
The bobbins that I brought back from the Isle of Harris, I just love that they are part of the process for making tweed.
A glimpse of the button collection, sorted into colours. A collection of old and new that sit nicely together and compliment each other.
Next up the sideboard, that houses vintage bobbins, vintage shoe trees and a shoemakers set.
Vintage wooden bear, flower press embroidery hoop sit alongside jute thread and twine.
Last but not least the vintage suitcases and the delightful spinning wheel which I am in the process of learning to use. Hope you have enjoyed your little tour around my work space. For some I am sure you will think it cluttered but I know where every single thing in that room is. To me it is treasure to be handled and loved not to be shoved in a cupboard as part of a collection. Hope you will visit again.
See you soon.