Saturday, September 9, 2017

Soft and Inviting!

 The window seat is finished!  
I have wanted to make this for a long time 
but the foam is almost at the price of gold!
  (I had to wait for a good coupon! lol)
 The sun was too bright for the photos no matter what I tried!
You get the idea! 
 (A fun fact about the white shelves on the right of the hope chest/window seat(which Bill bought me the Christmas before we married!)
-they are real orange crates from my mother's time when they were used to make a vanity table for her as a child! 
 They were also used in the same way for me growing up 
and for my daughter, too! 
 I painted them and used them for shelves 
when I moved her almost 11 years ago!)
 It didn't take long for the sky to do this today! 
 I think we will be getting used to this kind of sky for a while!  
Ominous, isn't it?! 
 I was able to sew two pairs of jammie pants,
 in flannel because the boys like pants to sleep in!
And I have to admit- they are the snuggliest with or without the new pj's!

5 comments:

  1. Adorable pants for adorable boys! I love the window seat idea. Daddio's house had two beautiful built in ones that overlooked the bay. I loved to sit and knit there. Oh, how I miss that house.
    Stay safe! I'll be keeping a lookout on the weather channel all weekend. I better not see you fly by!!!

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  2. I used orange crates for shelves when I lived at home. I wonder what happened to them. Good memories.

    Sweet photo of the boys in their new PJs.

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  3. Great job on the window seat.

    Your boys couldn't get any cuter!!!

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  4. Those pajamas are so cute -- and even cuter on the boys!

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  5. Ooooh, I want to snuggle those pj-clad boys! I wish!! The fabrics are adorable. The seat turned out great, and I love the organized look. Fun to see the shelves and the hope chest in their new duties!

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