It took a lot of time to finish this one, mainly do to the fact that there is no airco in this room, so with the horrid-torrid summer temperatures, not much sewing is getting done just now.
We had a lot of embroidery hoops lying around, perfect for some instant decorations using lovely upholstery fabrics. The turkish textile industry is blooming, and many wonderful fabrics can be found.
We may put some of these fabrics in the supplies shop some time.
The cushion on the chair is a lovely folded patchwork that I bought right of a road restaurant during a trip. The table is an old escritoire from Holland. It had lost some drawer pulls over the years, so we made new ones with porcelain beads and other jewelry findings.
This is an other lovely old folding table, from the house in Kütahya. I love the leg construction.
Wondering what is behind the courtains? Do you really want to know?