Upcycling, the perfect example of Thrift
Re- purposed Sewing Table spotted on a balcony in Carcassonne, France February 2017
Please feel free to leave a link to your thrifty picture in the comments.
Next week’s prompt is FOLD.
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Loks like a perfect fit – fits the bill in both in many ways, size being one of them 😊
Ps don’t trying to alter your comment – bits get left behind lol
I’ve seen a lot of repurposed sewing tables, but never with the sewing machine still in it! HA!!
I know I had to do a double take!
That qualifies as one of the cutest balconies I’ve ever seen, and if she gets the hankering to sew outside in the sunshine, she is all set!😉
It would be great if the machine was still usable.
Wouldn’t it though!
Lovely example, although I do cringe when seeing a sewing machine left out in the weather.
I wonder if it has a cover of some sort.
Have no idea, but one could be made. 😉
Oh photo time again! good choice.
Thank you, always good when I can bring crafts into a photo challenge
oh my, I’m having palpitations at the thought of a gorgeous treadle machine sitting out in a balcony as decoration! I’d want to have it indoors, get hubby to strip all that blue paint off, and see if, between the two of us, we couldn’t get it working again!
That would be my preferred treatment too.
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The balcony looks lovely and very Mediterranean. I have added a sort of “thrift” post on – https://murtaghsmeadow.wordpress.com/2017/08/16/august-garden-update/
Oh good, I am off to look now, am minded that thrift is a plant too, I wonder…
It is indeed – and I do have a photo of that somewhere too:)
I’ve been to see now, and wow some tasty thrift going on there.
Thank you Cathy:)
Oh my – what a perfect example of ‘Thrift’!
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