Clean up Is CompleteI have been cleaning my sewing room over the past two weekends and I am happy (okay ECSTATIC) to say it is done! There is still some fine tuning to be done like organizing patterns but I can move around without shifting things out of the way or tripping over things.
The chaotic cave has been restored to a sewing sanctuary. Yeah!
Here is a view of inside the craft cabinet (behind full length mirror) and a close up of the bookcase.
Cutting table is loaded with goodies-- more about these in a future blog post. I'm so excited!!!
Found these nifty shelves at a local Big Lots. They are designed for kitchen shelves but they slide onto the cutting table for additional storage-- a perfect solution to my problem. Now I can free up the table surface for easier pattern lay out.
Coverstitch machine and serger setup. Replaced the table lamps with clip on lamps to free up desk space. Will work on a solution to hide the wires.
Found a bag full of serger thread for about $8 at a local thrift store about a year ago. Still have room for a few more cones but don't think I will need any more any time soon.
My church was throwing away this table. I brought it home, reconfigured it so that my sewing machine would sit flush with the table top, then covered it with a fabric remnant and clear vinyl. The extension pole storage (see the bottom of this post) was another thrift store find.
Every morning before work I go I to my sewing sanctuary. Seeing It brings sunshine to my day.
Now the challenge is keeping it that way...
Until next time...Sew something you love!