We had to chuckle at Quilt Market. We were asked to consider sharing our sewing studios with a wonderful publication. They assured us their readers were interested in real work spaces.
My sewing room is a disaster. It is not just a sewing studio. Like many of yours it holds books, papers, items without another good home and additional equipment. Mine also houses boxes and boxes of patterns!
Let me take you on a tour.
|Looking back to the doorway. Ironing board (without its big board, but with a coffee cup) to the left.|
I must have used the ironing board to iron clothes before Market. Imagine that.
|Pitiful to have a nonworking tv sitting on the floor waiting to be recycled. I mean really?|
Surely I can do better than this. I've been stepping over this for a couple of years.
|Filing cabinet and great shelves not being used to their potential.|
|Sewing machine on the left and cutting table on the right. |
Lots of my books and magazines housed in a somewhat tidy fashion.
|Notice the cutting table is such a nice large surface for getting "organized".|
Posting this blog will force me to take action. In one or two more Tuesdays you will see the "after" photos. The room has so much hidden potential. Literally. What about your sewing spaces.