Monday, March 9, 2009

Lady Kenmore 89



I needed an extra sewing machine table and if you buy them at the quilt stores they cost an arm and a leg literally. So some thrift shopping was in order.
I saw this sewing table and chair and it fit my needs perfectly.
Much to my surprise the Lady Kenmore 89 was inside it too.
The tag reads it works but I have yet to try it.
It fits perfectly in a little corner of my bedroom and I am happy as can be.

11 comments:

Stephanie said...

So much better than new ones! I love thrift shops. What a terrific find.

CindyCrochets said...

What a pleasant surprise! The cabin looks like it is excellant condition.

Pat said...

GREAT find!!! Good for you! (I'm sure you'll let us know if the machine works. Sometimes an older, more basic machine, is great for classes where you don't need all the bells and whistles.)

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I kinda' remember that style! Do you have storage in the chair too? Such a find.

Christina said...

Nice find, it looks like it is in great shape. I hope they took as good of care of the machine.

Kaaren said...

This is my first visit to your blog. How very Florida, color-wise. Stephanie's Madge would love it!

Love your sewing machine cabinet. And how very true about thrift shop finds vs new. Looks like you found a real treasure there. It appears almost like new!

Barb said...

Oh wow, what a find...

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Oh my gosh I love it. Such vintage fun.

Lily Boot said...

What a find! I love it - and fancy it having the sewing machine inside. Enjoy :-)

Jean said...

I see those cabinets with and without machines in thrift stores all the time. This one looks very nice. Great find!!!

Eileen said...

woo-hoo! Did you try it yet?? Does it sew?