If you've ever traveled Route 6A on the Cape, you'll understand.....many moons ago it was the route the Native Americans used to get from Plymouth to Provincetown. Now it truly is the only way to experience olde Cape Cod. A two lane, winding road that is best experienced on the back of a motorcycle. I did just that last week and somehow, (twice) missed Vintage Lizzies! Well, sheer determination led me back a third time to seek out this beautiful shop and shop owner, only now I was driving alone and really wanted to stop every few minutes to take pictures of the quaint cottages and gardens. Not in the summer! No way, no how! No driving like an old granny on this road so I guess I'll have to go a fourth time at six a.m. just to get some pictures! It was killing me. Anyhow, I finally got to Lizzies and she was OPEN.
I stepped in and felt like I was back at Enchanted Treasures in the early days. Now I know how all those women felt when they said such things as "this is so heavenly". Such a lovely shop Lizzie. You're a living doll, so pretty with a sweet personality and such a talented seamstress! (Her slipcovers and pillows are to die for, and she's designing her own fabrics now!) Way to go Lizzie.
Here's a peek into Lizzie's studio. Big, bright and perfect for sewing up a storm!
She just swings that old ironing board and invites you right in. Such hospitality!
I hope she does a blog on that room and her gorgeous bedroom for us all. Magazine stuff girls!