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About Me: I am the creative person behind Ribbonwood Cottage. A mother, wife and grandmother. My goal in life is to leave a lasting legacy to my family that life is incredible. God gave us this one life and it is worth the journey! A believer. A pianist, church music and worship director. Focused on intentionally living the best life possible.

August 8, 2014

Red, Pink and Aqua Sewing room

There's a new sewing room in town.
Many times I see things and think "oh that would look so cute in miniature!" And of course Pinterest has so many ideas I can't possibly do all the DIY projects I have on my life list!
Here is my latest creation...a sewing room in miniature.

All the things I would want in my own personal room.
I  acquired doll furniture...painted it white, sanded the edges and then added bits of material.

The directions for the little quilt on the left wall are here http://ribbonwoodcottage.blogspot.com/2014/01/how-to-make-miniature-cottage-style.html
It is one of my best sellers in my Etsy shop!
The directions are for the quilt, I made 4 blocks for the wall hanging.
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My next thought was the material has to have tiny blooms, checks, and print.
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 I buy fabric off of Etsy, there is such cute fabric on Etsy. This is Pam Kitty Morning, Riley Blake, Lori Holt...all of it goes together. Aqua, red, greens, and cottage colors.

 In my own sewing room, I have many hutches and shelves with folded fabrics. A sewing room always has lots of fabric, laces, batting, buttons, baskets, jars of little items...
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This hutch just sold in my Etsy shop but here it is before it gets mailed.

 I filled little jars with pins, buttons, lace....there is a box on the bottom to hold scraps of tiny material too.

Quilts on the wall are a must! 
 Another small cabinet with folded material.

Last, I had to make a little sewing machine cover! These little covers are addictive and I am in the process of making several more.


I think I would like to decorate my own sewing room more with these colors. 

IN fact....I may have the chance to do that very soon. Hubby said since the Etsy shop is doing well, we should move my sewing room into a bigger room! I couldn't believe he even thought of this much less suggested it!
Yipeee!


I have many things in my shop...when you get a chance come by for a visit @ 
Debbie

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