Well I’ve been giving you all some sneak peaks of the house since we’ve been here and been working on it, but I’ve finally got some spaces well enough together to share them. And I know that you all are most interested in the bathrooms…right?
oh…you want to see the SEWING room….
ahhh….well I guess I can do that. 😉
There it is…that pretty new machine sitting on the desk that I had my husband paint to match my new shelves. Some minis strung up above (I think I stole that idea from over at Clover And Violet lol). There are scrap bins to the right and fun organization things on the shelf above.
My thread is back in place above the machine loosely organized by color with bobbins throughout.
But then there is the fabric…
I’m sooo happy I went with the blue for the cabinetry. That color never fails to lift my spirits! My husband calls this room “my happy place” and trust me that color has a ton to do with it!
There is some color organization going on but given that I didn’t put it in rainbow order, I see it as “loose”. Type A rearing it’s ugly head again! I’m working mainly at incorporating my Fat Quarters into my stash organization.
Precuts are neatly stored on a shelf way up high and give the room some eye candy. Delicious!
A slew of neutrals takes up part of one side, together with my copy of “Nancy Drew’s guide to Life” which every savvy girl must own. Oh and I finally framed my thank you print from Heather Ross…I have print #1 which is pretty fabulous.
And behind the closed doors at the base are shelves filled with more! The top shelves have containers with a different project stored away…which helps me keep things tidy…well…tidier. And the bottom shelf holds things like large yardage and home dec fabrics.
We don’t have the design wall in place yet. There are no window treatments in this room yet. I have a second machine set up on another wall and the closet is organized but FULL of supplies. The books are on a bookcase but I need to organize them. But I’m happy. Understatement.
This is a place where I can create. I know I can. I will. And it will be wonderful.