How much more will fit?

It’s getting to be a LOT.

I’ve finished the cheval mirror, the stool and the fabric roll display stand. I don’t think I could squeeze a whole lot more into this miniature sewing room, and the instruction book is rapidly approaching the section on actual construction of the set.

These models are really well thought out and designed. It seems a lot, but once it’s all it, it’ll look totally like a busy sewing room, and it’s the quantity of small details that contribute to that effect. Notice, for example, the tiny white vase on the corner of the display stand, the vase of flowers, the fact that there’s two pairs of scissors (one would be completely unrealistic, right?).

Anyway, onwards. I have a lot to do today, and not on this. I expect I’ll get an hour or so later, but I’m not counting on it.

But the next piece (the chair) is calling my name…

18 thoughts on “How much more will fit?

  1. Sandi says:

    That looks great!

  2. Marty K says:

    So much fun to watch your progress!

  3. knitnkwilt says:

    Delightful project!

  4. gwenniesgardenworld says:

    How cute !!

  5. Again you are an example to me. I rarely “let” myself have the time for so many of the creative projects that call to me. WTH, I ask myself. Time to give myself that permission.

    • katechiconi says:

      Does it help if *I* give you permission? Go forth and release the pent-up creativity. Will it matter in six months if you don’t do one of the ‘ought-to’ things in favour of something you can look back on with pride and satisfaction?

  6. Hopefully lots… a minimalist sewing room would be no fun at all.

  7. Debbierose says:

    Perfectly packed sewing room

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