This sweet little wooden sewing shelf was probably made in the 1930-40s either in high school shop class or by a loving husband for his wife. At 8 7/8” wide, 5 ¾” tall, and 4” deep, its petite size makes it easy to hang in any small space available. It accommodates 9 spools of thread and has hooks on the bottom to hang your scissors, tape measure, etc. The old varnish on the piece is still shiny, although there are some nicks and wear on the piece, but that is expected with something of this age that was probably used daily.
This would be a charming addition to your sewing or primitive collection. Please contact us if you have any questions.
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Homemade Teapot-Shaped Sewing Shelf