Sunday, August 21, 2011

$5.00 Fabric Storage


     It's been a couple of months since I've blogged due to cataract surgery and I'm really anxious to get going again.  My left eye still doesn't see as well as my right eye and I will still need glasses for distance.  Distance being anything beyond three feet away.  My surgeon wants to give my left eye some more time before getting new glasses.  That being said, now that my left eye has been done, I can see the computer, sew, do needlework and read clearly.  However, I just couldn't wait to share my new fabric storage piece, or, I should say, pieces.  I just had to wing it on the photography since I couldn't bring the camera into focus.

     The bottom piece was solid maple and came complete with the little brass label holders.  Hubby added the bun feet.  This piece was free!

     The top piece was painted a dark brown and cost $5.00 at Goodwill (it was broken).  Hubby sanded it back and added fluted molding to the bottom and then painted both pieces Navajo White (my very favorite white).  

     I have very limited space so this allowed me to bring in some of my favorite fabrics from the storage cabinets in the garage.

I think it's just perfect!

7 comments:

Marla Rosenlieb said...

This looks great! Do you rent your hubby out? Happy to hear your eyes are healing and you are back creating.

Kathleen Sigg said...

Marla, I do rent him out! He comes up with the greatest pieces for me.

Maria C. said...

Love that lower piece! What a find!

cmoh said...

Wow I need something like this...looks Like I need to make a trip to GW. Thanks so much for sharing. Hope your eyes get better soon!

La Dolce Vita said...

yeah well send him out to Mi will ya? do I have projects!!
hope you are getting better soon or rather that your eye is doing better...
I just found out that I am allergic to peanuts... so no more peanut butter cookies... aargh for a while at least!! xox

Tammy said...

I am struggling with organizing my fabric stash now. This has been a great inspiration. Thanks for sharing it with us!

Crooked Gulley Art Quilts - Mary Couch said...

Kathleen,
Welcome back to blogging! Hope your are seeing much better each day. AND, thanks for stopping by my blog last week.
Hugs,
Mary