The bookcase is home to all my knitting magazines, pattern and reference books. The folders hold all the free patterns that I have obtained from Ravelry and the web. I also have Peters' granny's old Singer hand sewing machine which still works beautifully and I enjoy using it. The table was re-topped and painted as in a previous post. The button jars (old coffee jars), the cotton thread jars (old pickle jars). I took some old picture frames which I painted then made into pin boards, just using some wadding and fabric, easy. I think they look good and cost practically nothing. In fact, the only things bought was the wood for the table top, shelves for the wardrobe and the corner shelves. I did all the painting and pretty stuff and Peter did all the woodworking and drilling. What a team!
Now for something completely different - thought you might like to see this magnificent dragon fly who visited with us at the weekend
And finally the bath mat which I knitted for Rachel's bathroom. Think I should have gone round a bit more before doing the graduated cast off. Still by the time I had spent three hours sewing on the toweling back I was past caring.