Welcome everyone to my sewing space. This has been my space for the last four years. You can read about the transitions we made here. The tiny human kicked me out of the second bedroom that I was using when he arrived. We have a lovely enclosed front porch with HUGE windows. Loads of natural light flood the room when sewing during the day. We recently added a larger light to make night time sewing easier on my eyes.
Ignore all those neglected scraps just sitting there in tubs. It’s better than the trash bag they were in.
Knowing that I was going to share this room publicly was a great motivator to clean and organize it a bit. Most of the time my ironing board is up and off to the side. My stash of yardage is tucked away in our back room in drawer system. It’s not a perfect system. However, it lets me focus on projects that I’m working on.
The extra side table isn’t really for cutting, rather it makes it easy to watch Netflix while I sew. I can devour a whole series if I’m working on a big project. #netflixandsew
That table looks a little bare. I should grab some wine and start a project. Thanks for joining me on the Sew Much Fun Blog Hop. Be sure to visit everyone on the blog hop below.
Jen Frost, Faith and Fabric
Raylee Bielenberg, Sunflower Stitcheries & Quilting
Emily Carroll, toothpaste and orange cat
Sherry Smedley, adventures in life
Emma Wengier, Emkie Designs
Anne Beier, Hudson Valley Quilts
Cindy Pieters, Stichin At Home
Amanda Hilldore, Fabric Engineer
Ivette, Gotham Quilts