Happy Monday! Hope you all had a wonderful weekend!
I adore vintage typewriters, and this Royal beauty is such a piece of history and just pure prettiness. I found this charming typewriter at an estate sale, and fell in love.
It is from the 1920-30's from the Royal Typewriter Co.;N.Y., U.S.A, and is really heavy. All the keys are there, but some are a little rusty and stick together when you type. It was originally purchased at a local typewriter store, which unfortunately is no longer there.
It has beautiful glass on both sides, which is so neat, and just adds lovely character. I am hoping to find someone who can adjust or fix it to type better, so that I can use it more. I have always wanted a typewriter, and might have to look into collecting a few more. :)
I purchased some Dennison gummed labels to type little messages on...
And here is my first one! It makes me nervous to use the labels because the keys stick, and I don't want to waste them, but it is so fun to type! Do you have an old typewriter you treasure?
I have been busy crocheting the last of my granny squares, and working on some grey ones for a new project. The single colored grannies go so much quicker!! I see another blanket in the future.
Wishing you all a lovely and beautiful week!