This beautiful oak cabinet used to be full of a big old TV and lots of VHS tapes.
Mike thought maybe we should get rid of it, but I knew exactly how I would use it! :)
Those scrap bins and project boxes have been on the floor ever since I started using them. This will be so much nicer!
I also ended up with the perfect spot for my "And Sew On" wall-hanging. (This was sewn up in 2013 through a Block of the Month with Kristy of Quiet Play, and is the reason I started blogging!) It hasn't been hung up in awhile, and it definitely belongs here!
I did find some time to sew up a Tiny Tuesday heart this week.
Thank you to Cynthia from Quilting is more fun than Housework for a fun little design. I know this won't be the only heart I sew up this month!
Loving these little blocks. I'll enjoy adding yellow to the mix this month!
Linking up with the Rainbow Scrap Challenge quilters over at SoScrappy!
Wow, it’s amazing what a fresh coat of paint will do, isn’t it? Great repurposing of the entertainment center. Congrats! I did some deep cleaning and purging in my studio in January and that made a positive difference too.
Congrats on the sewing room redo, it looks great! After 2 moves, we've got a few pieces that have ended up being re-purposed over the years. It seems you can never have too much storage. Enjoy stitching in your refreshed space this weekend.
It looks amazing! I'm so happy for you. Don't you love when you can repurpose things for your sewing room? I've done that so many times that now my husband asks me first before he throws something away - lol!
That little heart is adorable. I need to get sewing on something heart-y this month. :)
I love how you made the mirror image in the heart! I have a piece of yellow that would be perfect for that. Thanks for the inspiration!
Beautiful fussy cutting on your heart block!
Your Tiny Tuesday blocks are looking great! Yellow will be a fun and happy addition to the mix.
those old cabinets always have so much room and so good for storage. Are you almost done with the room now. Love all your blocks
That is a great repurpose, and awesome that your little quilt found a great home!
I love seeing how people repurpose old TV stands. Usually I see children's kitchens, but your grown-up repurposing is a great idea. Love the quilt, too. And the symmetry of the fabric design in your heart block.
Wow your heart is awesome!! all your tiny tuesday blocks are very nice actually. maybe I should try to catch up..... hmmm
Love that you're repurposing what you have instead of tossing it out!
I really like your gray framing fabric!
That's a brilliant use of an old TV cabinet! As more people get wall mounted flat screen TVs, there should be a bunch of them coming up on the market used. Maybe every quilter should get one :)
your tiny tuesday blocks look great! i have all intentions of doing TT this year, but so far it's just that: good intentions! i make my crumb blocks to finish at 6"- and that's just becuase i have a ruler that's 6½"- easy to trim to that size. thanks for stopping by!
I am so excited for you and your new space! Great idea using the cabinet for storage. The little heart block is just adorable! Love it!
Your space looks great. So many pretty blocks.... im going to kick myself for not doing the rsc challenge quilt this year... but the patterns are there if I change my mind!
That little heart is perfect! Love the fussy cutting!
And good for you in seeing the possibilities in that old shelf unit! It's a terrific solution for quilty storage!
Great little heart, and a great repurposing of that TV cabinet. Happy new room!
Perfect little heart block! They really were fun to stitch up, weren't they?
Love the heart block! So glad you found a new way to use that tv stand. I think it looks great!!! :)
Pretty red blocks, and I LOVE your cabinet! You were so right to keep it!
Love the heart block.
I still have old record albums and a stereo on my oak cabinet!
Your heart is adorable! That was some clever fussy cutting. I love it!
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