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April 24, 2013


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Excellent job! Love the "new" cabinet. this would make me very happy to be around. Great find.

Rachael Iddon

It looks lovely, well done you for saving it.


I love love love the drawers, especially the lovely shape on the middle cupboard, it's almost like it's inviting a splash of colour. The basket liner is a fabulous idea too. Hope you are feeling a tad more settled into the routine after the hols now. Happy hooking :)

Anne Marie

LOVE, LOVE LOVE the cabinet. I see things I just want but in my tiny (far tinier than yours) house there IS NO MORE ROOM.

I adore Liberty print too and have pieces of it and unpicked garments of it dating from the 70s.


Wow! What a transformation, thank goodness you rescued it! And those drawer linings... Delightful! It looks right at home in the studio :)
Jones x


What a clever girl you are Lucy :) love the cabinet, I'd give that house room any day. You are a true inspiration x

Ruth Small

I would totally have that sideboard in my house, I can't believe they were going to throw it away! Lucky you, what a great find xx

Lynne Gill

You jammy beggar! What a beautiful dresser - it would take pride of place in my home - if I had room for it! You've done a grand job with it too.

berry lane

Gorgeous! Furniture looks great & drawer linings are divine!!! Love your basket liner too....have worked a lot with cotton on & love it, beautiful shades & a lovely soft feel. Do so enjoy your blog Lucy. You're such an inspiration xx

Jenny Grant

That looks lovely Lucy! Subtle colours too, look forward to see what you make with those!

Sara Jenkins

Beautiful piece of furniture - it deserved to be saved!

Great crochet as always - stuff seems to be getting in the way of my crochet time at the moment, so I am envious that you have finished a project. My time will come - just need to be patient.



Absolutely beeeaaaaauuuuutiful...all of it...thanks for sharing it with us!


Love love love that side board, how on earth could they think of throwing it away :-( Well done for saving it. Love the crochet too, I have been working on a ripple blanket from your fab pattern and have also pimped up my bike basket with crochet this week too :-)


It really is a gorgeous piece, and indeed looks like it's been in your studio forever!



I'm with you, you jammy dodger!

It's stunning, love what you've done, love where it is.....just love it ALL really! :D

Well done Mrs Hooky xxx (or should that be Mrs MP!)


'Squeals with joy' I love the sideboard and the draw linings so fab, so nostalgic for me as it reminds me of the liners my Nan used to have in chest of draws. The basket and it's crochetd lining is fabulous too, such bright Spring colours, to make the heart sing. I love a bit of upcycling of things, make then useful and loved again, you can never have a enough craft storage, I've covering tin cans with fabric to make storage pots, thrifty but useful.


That's a beautiful piece of furniture!

Angela @ Heart of Charnwood

Some people have no soul, wanting to throw it into landfill!


Wow, what a supremely lucky find!!! It came out beautifully, and it looks charming in your workspace--you must be so contented every time you set foot in that lovely, happy place :-)


I love your oak side board! What a treasure! Good eye Lucy. Love your basket and liner too! I wonder Lucy, what stitch did you use to make the liner? Very blessed you are indeed.


Oh! the furniture looks new and i love the bottoms of the drawers the fabrics are so colorful i love it.

Kay G.

Yes, I am like you, I love that piece of furniture and I love what you did with it.
Love the basket too, you are so talented. I wish you would take over the world and straighten it out and tidy it up too. Next thing on your list, right? xx


I love, love the sideboard it is fantastic. Also love the lining for the basket what a clever idea and soooo pretty. love Marion xx


Love it! What a fantastic project. Your studio post inspired me to claim a small corner of our home for my own and while it's not nearly as exciting as a whole studio, I've managed to finish more projects this past month than I have all year. And I have you to thank! Enjoy your shelf, studio and lovely basket. I so enjoy your blog.


looks wonderful... so talented!!

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