Sewer Singer Table with Some SASS

So I found these very cool old rusty Singer Sewer legs at a garage sale for dirt cheap. There was barely a top to it . The top was in shreds and there was nothing I could do with it but toss it. So the coolest the thing I thought about this piece was the “MISHAP,”  If you look really close the SINGER is upside down. I love this manufacturer malfunction and see it as a one of a kind and feel lucky to have found it.

I  got it home and scrubbed the cast iron metal clean with soap and water and let it dry over night. My next step was to spray paint the bottom with a high gloss black paint. I applied two coats letting it dry 24 hrs in between.

I bought a piece of maple at the hardware store and cut it to the size I needed. I then applied a redwood stain made by Minwax. I waited for it to dry over night and then applied two coats of quick dry polyurethane made by Minwax also.

It turned out perfect and one of my favorite pieces


About kitcatsdesigns

I am a full time nurse, mom and wife. My love for repurposing items and living the country life. I owe my passion to my mom who is no longer on this earth with me but in my heart and in my desire to be creative.
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6 Responses to Sewer Singer Table with Some SASS

  1. Nice job! I love to see pieces like this…making old new again!


  2. dray0308 says:

    Reblogged this on Dream Big, Dream Often and commented:
    Meet Kitcat Designs!!


  3. jdawgswords says:

    I’ve always loved the classic trundle sewing machine…awesome rescue…someday you might find a machine….


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