More Images from Louise Cutting's Sewing Room
In Threads #173, we visited the sewing studio of contributing editor Louise Cutting. Louise's sewing space is on the second floor of her Winter Park, Florida, home. It's packed with collections and fun items that reflect her interest in sewing and career as an instuctor, pattern designer, and artist.
There was so much to see in Louise's studio that we decided to offer this additional online look at more of her sewing room and collected items, with insight on each image from Louise. Enjoy, and happy sewing!
|Take a look at more sewing studios and spaces:
• Another Look at Kenneth D. King's Sewing Space
• An Inside Look at Mary Ray's Sewing Studio
• Ruth Ciemnoczolowski's Sewing Room
• Helen Haughey's Favorite Tools and Storage Solutions
More from Louise:
Louise found these whimsical hands at a display house. They are "glove" hands and also traditionally used to display jewelry.
Louise is a whiz at collars, of course (see her story, "Precision Collar Band," in Threads #173). Louise found these miniature "collar candleholders at anthropologie about three years ago.
Louise enjoys lovely vintage buttons, and has a collection on display in her studio, including Bakelite buttons, and old-time, high-shoe buttons. The framed buttons have old newsprint as a background, and the displays were found in an antiques mall. Louise is sure someone did them as a craft class.
See more images on the next page.