Friday, March 4, 2011

Another sewing room update!

A lovely morning here so far, we had some early rain which has now cleared and brightened the garden.

This is my little garden view from where I sit at the computer, I love the blue salvia's and so do the bumble bees!
The sewing room is coming along...I am so happy with the wall colour! Varnished the ceiling on Wednesday, and quite pleased that I didn't even get any in my hair! Lol!
Door out to the verandah...will have to set up a place to sit and stitch!
The blinds have been hung...whats great about the blinds is I can still see my garden when they are pulled down.

Hard to believe it's Friday again!

Bye For now

Lisa
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14 comments:

Jo in TAS said...

Not long to go now before you can move in! It's looking great!

De said...

Loving the sewing room - when can I move in? :)

Chookyblue...... said...

looking great.........so bright......

Melinda said...

I particularly like the glass door. It would let some more light in. Lucky you.

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

this looks lovely...dzintra

Isabella said...

Looking really great love those blinds !!

Penny said...

Love the peek-a-boo aqua !

helbel19 said...

Its really great watching your sewing room come to life, thanks for sharing. Love the view too.

Helen

Val said...

The room looks great and the day looks good too.

Clara said...

Bright and large, a very beautiful sewing room. I can imagine it full of all your sewing and stitching materials!!!! The view is simply beautiful. Have a lovely weekend, Clara.

Shirley said...

I can see that you have already moved a few pieces in to make it your space. It is going to be a lovely sewing room. What luxury.
Shirley.x

Farmyard Crafts said...

It's looking beautiful!! We'll all be coming to stitch with you!!

ranette said...

Lisa, even without being in your sewing room in person, I can tell how peaceful it is. Wonderful gardens!

Fiona @ Dragonfly-Crafts said...

Thanks for keeping us up-to-date, it looks great... Love the ceiling...