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Quilting...ironing station with lots of fabric storage.

Shelving Systems, Wall Shelving & Adjustable Storage Shelf Systems by Elfa

Quilting...ironing station with lots of fabric storage.

Ana White | Family command center - DIY Projects

Family command center

Cutting table !!! Be still my heart.I also have a board for craft rooms tons of decor and ideas too.

How Pinteresting- Great Ways to Use Pinterest - QuiltWoman.com Blog

Cutting table !!! Be still my heart.I also have a board for craft rooms tons of decor and ideas too.

Wrap your ribbon around some craft sticks and you’ve got a beautiful way to store them!

20 Free Ways to Organize

Free Ways to Organize Ever feel like getting organized would be so nice, you just don't know what to do first and you don't want to spend a lot of money doing it? Yea I know how you feel! That's why I've rounded up some of the best ways to organize and to do it for Free! Hurray! 1. Do your cupcake liners fly around your cupboards? Store them in a mason jar! 2. Save those cereal boxes and get your container lids contained! Here. 3. Another great use for those cereal boxes is to make some…

These fabric storage boxes fit around 20-25 fat quarters in making them ideal for fabric storage. I have several in my sewing room!

Fabric Storage Cube

These fabric boxes are ideal for storing your fat quarters.

A great tutorial for how to fold fabrics from your stash to an exact size. Choose which size folded fabrics will fit your storage shelves best!

A sunny sewing room + folding fabrics to size

A great tutorial for how to fold fabrics from your stash to an exact size. Choose which size folded fabrics will fit your storage shelves best!

I have no ironing board.  Yes, I'm ashamed to admit it.  All of my sewing ironing is done on a cutting board on the floor.  Yes, I think it's time to change that!  This looks like an amazingly easy way of making a portable ironing surface for all of my many sewing projects!

How To Make an Ironing Surface

I don't know how many of you sew, but there's a lot of pressing involved. Getting the seams nice and crisp gives you a great result. I find that to be true whether I'm quilting or making pillowcases or any other project. Since sewing is one of my favorite therapies (along with gardening and reading

Girl Inspired, storage, craft storage, yarn storage, sewing storage, fabric storage

Sewing Studio Inspiration - The Sewing Rabbit

Everyone loves a pretty sewing studio. The only problem is, most of ours are hidden under piles of glorious fabric. Here are some gorgeous sewing studios that are absolutely stunning. They will leave you wanting to remodel your sewing space, just so you can find more places to hide stash all of that luscious fabric. Ha, […]

An easy scrap catcher will put an end to the nightmare on the floor produced after every sewing project.

Make an Easy Serger Scrap Catcher to Stop Sewing Room Mess! - So Sew Easy

An easy serger scrap catcher will put an end to the nightmare on the floor produced after every sewing project. This project is fun, easy, and very, very useful. Make your easy serger scrap catcher today.

From another pinner - Vintage wallpaper patchwork:  I thought of using scrapbook paper and making a patchwork border for my studio/craft space....

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Hello readers, I hope this post finds you well, this Friday evening of the Bank Holiday weekend. Thank you for all your comments on my last blog post, it was so good to be welcomed back. It feels like only yesterday that I wrote it but I'm thinking it probably wasn't. Hmm! We're most definitely in my Den today, the epicentre of my little world. I've been doing reasonably well at carving out some crafty time and I'm here to share my latest project and a few images of my Den with you, too…

I like this idea for my laundry room. This was made from using scrapbook paper

Made using scrapbook paper. Fun for my laundry room. ~K

Made using scrapbook paper. Fun for my laundry room. ~K by kristi halliday on Indulgy.com

Sew a little love: Ready...get set...sew! #ReclaimYourRoom

Ready...get set...sew!

Here comes THAT word that some people dread hearing before December...CHRISTMAS! So sorry to say it out loud so early, but I have to start thinking about Christmas as soon as the children start the new school year in September! I always do a couple of craft fairs in the run up to the festive season, so a lot of sewing needs to be done, and thus a lot of creative Christmas thinking and planning too! Now, before I could even start thinking about tackling the mammoth task of sewing a gazillion…

Love the painted color of the dressers

The perfect use for an old hutch? Craft Storage.

The $75 Craigslist anniversary gift has been through a lot. Just like a marriage, this symbol of our love required a few things before it could evolve from good to great: hard work, dedication, and clothes that could get messy. I'm not even sure what that means. {Yep, those stripes got painted out too. That's the beauty of a free project: when you get sick of it, there is no guilt about wasting money.} Mr. Hutch got two coats of greeny blue paint (Laura Ashley Jade #5 - just like the map)…