« Style icon: Ines de la Fressange | Main | Buy this: Labour and Wait's computer brush »

September 12, 2009

Comments

jude

That's the second time this week TWR has made me come over all nostalgic. I had a sewing box like the 'vintage' one in the photo - plastic basket weave and padded interior. Can't work out how to send you a photo of my current very sad-looking one which is basically a basket lined with a plastic bag to stop stuff falling out. I like the look of the (good old) John Lewis one.

amanda

My sewing box is a battered old wooden box that some builder abandoned, it used to hold screws and nails and stuff so it has compartments, but not small plasticky ones, nicely large, sturdy ones.
I used to have a builders platic extendable box, which I got from Sainsbury's Home Base, but being plastic it drove me mad because it was cheaply made. If someone could come up with a quality version of this I'm sure they'd make a mint. amanda

That's Not My Age

Love the sewing boxes, I'm not very crafty - but I am looking for an old fashioned 'house coat' do you know where I could find one?

rollergirl

I'm sure Smythson did a sewing box last Christmas, I saw it in US Vogue. Utterly bonkers, it cost about a million pounds but did look very nice. I keep my spare buttons and threads in a posh chocolate box.

janekellock@blueyonder.co.uk

Will look into house coats and see if we can find any non Nora Batty ones!!

amanda

Now a Smythson sewing box is what i'm after ( in my wildest dreams)I'll put one on my Christmas list and see what happens....

generic viagra

Thesecond sewing box is incredible! Can you post more of these lovely boxes, I'm very exited about the idea.

The comments to this entry are closed.