Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Cast Iron Sewing Machine Legs

I love to use these old sewing machine bases to decorate around my yard. Some I put shutters or cast iron tops on and others I just use a simple decorations. The top two are my favorite-Household and New Home -and they're white!






I'm Joining Faded Charm for White Wednesday at http://fadedcharmcottage.blogspot.com/

17 comments:

  1. I dearly love these old pieces. I have tables scattered around my home with these sewing machine bases. That last one I have with a wooden top in my living room. You can't have too many sewing machine bases!
    Brenda

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  2. Love those! 'specially the white ones :-)
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    (¸.*´ (¸.*´* LORI LYNN *

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  3. What a neat idea! My favs are the white ones too...imagine that! lol Now I have something else I need to hunt for. It just never ends does it?? :)
    Blessings~

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  4. Oh I love these... I used to have a table who's base was from a sewing machine trestle.. sadly it broke and I seem to have lost the bits...

    Your are lovely... and unlike mine.. intact.. xx Julie

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  5. Oh yeah! I'ts like scratching an itch when I find one of these!

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  6. Oh Rebecca...what a wonderful idea!! Thank you!

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  7. I love them too, but mine are still attached to the machine. I love the details, please show us more Rebecca :)

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  8. I love iron pieces and using these sewing machine bases in your yard is a great idea. You are so clever. Love your style.

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  9. Hi, I luv your collection of cast iron bases to the sewing machines. I like the "New Home" one. They make a great addation to the patio. Have a good day...Julian

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  10. We have a couple of those -- attached to an ancient sewing machine my daughter uses as a nightstand.
    I love yours in the garden! Fabulous. And "New Home" is still in business, still making sewing machines.
    I've signed on to follow -- love your blog!
    Cass

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  11. Rebecca, I love these! Never saw New Home or Household. I think I've only seen singer. What a wonderful collection. Also somehow missed your spooky Monday post...love that too!
    hugs,
    gail

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  12. Great architectural details and so many memories!!! They look fab!

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  13. Hi Rebecca,

    I totally love these old sewing machine bases. I can remember when Montgomery Ward was still in business and when they finally shut down their catalog division.

    Thanks so much for visiting with me for WW! I always love to hear from you.

    Happy Day to you,
    Stephanie ♥

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  14. Hi Rebecca! thanks so much for stopping by my new blog. I too love these old iron pieces..well any rusty iron pieces...LOL! I'm going to follow you...see you next Wednesday! kathee

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  15. I like old sewing machine bases...yours are really special! I have one that is made into a table and 2 that were given to me by my mother-in-law but they still have the machines attached and look pretty cool that way too.
    Happy WW!

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  16. I was so intrigued by your title, as I have a granddaughter named Ella Mae. She is only two and a half, and a little spitfire of a girl and very adorable. I love all your vintage pieces. These sewing machine legs are pretty cool. I have a sewing machine table in my craft studio and now I think I will paint it white. Thanks for inspiration in visiting your blogs. I will become a follower to both. I am having a little giveaway at my blog for V-Day and my birthday. Please come and get in on the drawing. So glad I found your blogs!

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