by jenne 18 Mar 2019

A granite top for an old sewing machine base. I drew the pattern I wanted made,

also needles framed with oil can and extra's from the old Domestic sewing machine.

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by hightechgrammy 23 Mar 2019

I LOVE these! How cool it is to decorate with the antique sewing accessories. I love the dresser too in the side of the photo!

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by theduchess 23 Mar 2019

Looks so pretty. I once took two Singer bases, turned them sideways, painted them a bright apple green and place a door on top. Instant sewing table. Sold them as tables later. Miss them, You did a Great job.

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by sewmom 20 Mar 2019

Love it!

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by jofrog2000 20 Mar 2019

Lovely. I have a White machine base. It was in my MIL's basement forever, and the top and drawers are just too far gone. I think I'm going to do a butcher block top.

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jenne by jenne 20 Mar 2019

I think that would be a good salvage.

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by toogie 19 Mar 2019

Love the top and the singer frame you saved. It looks great. Did you already have the granite piece and just had to get it cut?

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jenne by jenne 20 Mar 2019

I had it cut, I also drew the pattern I wanted.

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by 02kar Moderator 19 Mar 2019

Both pieces are now heirlooms in my book. That granite top really looks great on the old treadle sewing table. What a nice way to save the parts from the old machine. Kudos to you.

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by babash 19 Mar 2019

Oh that looks so lovely. A beautiful piece of furniture.

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by graceandham 18 Mar 2019

Love the look. My MIL had a coffee table with a top shaped like that and she called it a turtle top.

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by lilylady 18 Mar 2019

Sew very nice!

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by stork 18 Mar 2019

Love how the marble top design turned out......great keepsake!

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jenne by jenne 18 Mar 2019

They did a great job following the pattern, I drew.

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by pennifold 18 Mar 2019

They aren't made like this anymore! Beautiful! Love Chris

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jenne by jenne 18 Mar 2019

so true, things are not made to last like they once were.

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