Too cute! Make a Campervan Pincushion to park right next to your sewing machine.
Amazing Craft Nook. I want to curl up and craft my little heart out in there! Take a tour of the Dream Craft Room www.craftaholicsanonymous.net
A great list of tips to keep things neat and tidy in your sewing space - Organize Sewing Supplies | AllPeopleQuilt.com
Get ideas for transforming a plain old storage shed into the crafting space of your dreams.
How to re-purpose your old furniture into perfect pieces for your sewing space.
Turn the top of a shelf or dresser into a pressing surface to help stay organized in your sewing/crafting space.
Here's a super handy organization tip: use a magnetic office organizer to help hold swatches, notes, and small notions in your sewing space.
Make the "Let’s Sew Something Organizer" project with Steam-A-Seam, learn how to stitch with the zigzag stitch and how to quilt with the seam guide. This project is fun to hang in your sewing area to keep all your sewing supplies tidy and in order.
Organization tip: use desktop and office supply organizers to keep sewing/crafting supplies neat and tidy.
Ideas for organizing your sewing/crafting space: use shelving and bins/containers to keep small tools and notions in check.
This well organized sewing space makes great use of built-in shelves and cubbies.
Make a set of these fabric baskets to contain all of your sewing tools and notions! "Never Full" Fabric Basket Sewing Tutorial by Melissa of polkadotchair.com
Here's a great sewing space tip for storing your 1 yard or less cuts of fabric. Use archival comic book backing boards to neatly wrap fabrics to store on shelves - you'll be able to quickly see the colors and prints.
Free standing kitchen islands make fantastic cutting areas and extra storage in sewing spaces.
Can being more organized really help you to sew better? We think so! Find Ten Tips for a More Functional Sewing Space from Indie Sew.
Sewing room tip: use an organizer like this one on your ironing board to help keep pins, tools, and thread snips out of your way when ironing.
This just goes to show you that a sewing space doesn't have to be big to be stylish or functional.
Transform a table into a pressing station to get a larger area for pressing your quilts. Use your favorite fabrics to make it match your sewing spot.
Take a peek into these super organized craft rooms and find inspiration for your own sewing space. Your sewing space doesn't have to be big to be useful!
Make a dedicated space for a design wall in your sewing room. Use it not only to lay-out blocks, but keep your quilt blocks and bits organized when you need to take a break and come back to a project later.
Need to find more space for storing tools in your craft or storage space? Try checking out these creative uses of pegboard!
.Little handmade touches like colorful bunting and a seat cushion make this little sewing nook bright and cheery!