I’ve shown my craft room here and here, but I recently deep-cleaned it and I’d changed a few things so I took a few pictures the other day. I also love to see “behind the scenes” if you will, of other bloggers. Hope you do too!
I love my little “inspiration” board, made with twine and nails. Nothing unique or fancy, just a fun place to fill with pictures, magazine pictures, drawings by my daughters, and supplies I want to use. The DIY white board was gifted to me by my sis. You can also read about the wooden sign in that same post.
These drawers are full of my items to refashion…looks like I need to hop to on some refashioning! That’s my Silhouette in her pretty dust cover on top!
Here’s my sewing table with ironing board, cutting mat, sewing machine, fabric weights, wrist pincushion, table pincushion, bowl for different machine foots, garbage/string collector, and an Amy Butler organizing thing I found at Michaels. This houses my needles, bobbins, hot glue gun, fabric glue, pins, size tags, etc.
I have my scissors, turning tools, rotary cutter, fabric pencils, etc, gathered in this cool little vase my brother made in his pottery class. He was going to just throw this away! I love it. Thanks Justin!
These shelves are where I store my fat quarters/large scraps (top shelf), ribbons and trims, embroidery stuff, sewing books, elastic and velcro, buttons, hair clip stuff, some jewelry supplies, and on the bottom, all my scraps. Yowsas!
Thread. Not much to say about that, is there?
On this little shelf I have some notions (bias tape, piping, zippers) and then those other piles are projects to finish. Underneath them is where I store my vintage fabrics, interfacing, freezer paper, heat n’ bond, ironing stuff, onesies, and some paint.
Yes, this is it clean. lol. Here is my bulletin board for even more inspiration pics! (and I’ll be honest, fabric store business cards, lol) I have a couple of nails in the wall where I hang up a few of my latest projects for something fun to look at.
See that yellow bag in the bucket? Chocolate chips. Yes I am a chocolate fiend and must have my fix at the tip of my fingers. lol!
I made those large decorative buttons from some wooden trays I found thrifting! You can see more about that here!
My (awesome) hubby got me those metal ribbon spools ages ago from his work, they used to hold spools of wire, but are perfect for ribbon.
I also got said awesome hubby to hang this little shelf for some random items-buttons, twill tape, headbands, a cute French doll I won in a giveaway, flowers-and a fun sewing machine print. I found that wooden spool for $1 thrifting and wound some yarn around it to look like string. Cute
This is how I organize my patterns-purchased, and homemade. All labeled and bagged and everything! They did look like this once. If you check the pic below they are not this organized anymore, lol!
This is the view from the door. I don’t have a decorating “scheme” for this room, it’s kind of a modge podge but I like to let the fabric and notions do the decorating for me! they’re so colorful, why compete?
So thanks for joining me in a little updated tour of my craft room. I realize I am very lucky to have a whole room dedicated to my hobbies-my hubby is awesome. I hope the kids like sharing rooms…cause I don’t want to give this one up!