I hope everyone's weekend is shaping up nicely.
I thought I'd throw a quick post out on this beautiful Saturday evening.
I 'll be heading on to the work place in a little while but I thought I'd share some of my vintage loves
that's become part of my home lately.
My Singer Pedal Sewing Machine is my new most favorite!
Like so much I won't to look at it and run my hand down it's worn grain.
I have a special love for them because I watched my Grandma Hylton sew on hers so often. All her quilt's were pieced on one so very similar.
Grandma's is still remains in the home it that it called home but now I have finally found one of my own.
I've found them before but opportunity didn't meet many before but all the stars aligned this time and I assume it was all meant to be.
Here it is as we unloaded it off the Ole Man's truck.
I came across it at a local sale that's put on in the community during Labor Day weekend.
It's was quite a find for me.
The cabinet is in a little better shape than Grandma's and the gold labeling is all in tact but much more worn than.
It's found it's home in the front room along with Priscilla, my dressform.
This little straight back chair isn't mine but I couldn't resist sharing what Mama had been up to.
The chairs were Grandma Hylton's as well but the seats had completely seen there better days
Mama put her hand too them with these new jute seats.
I think they are adorable!
Here's my ugly little lamp I picked up.
I couldn't resist because of the map shade.
LOL..the rest of it was ugly though.
This isn't much of a picture but here the lamp sets
beside the wing back chair
after a shot of the cheapest flat black spray paint
that can be purchased.
Well..think..think..think..I can't remember anything else vintage-y
to share at the moment.
I thank you for stopping by.