I'm a sucker for most things antique, especially if they have a seamstress slant. While my settee may be my fave flea market find, my retired Singer table is right behind it. What has been keeping it in second place is the impracticality of it. I adore the original black sewing machine with golden accents, but unfortunately it doesn't make for an easy place to store much. Alas, I was introduced to a Singer revival that has me scavenging for a suitable table top.
The cute Sonoma shop The Loop displayed some jeans, a bowl, and other knickknacks on a table that was crafted from a Singer table base and an old table top. Simple enough to construct, all you need are the two pieces and, depending on the fit, potentially a few nails and maybe some wood glue. If I can find the right topper, my old iron-based clothes-maker may be taking the top spot and pushing my settee down the list.
What do you think of the table that reinvents the sewing wheel?