Last year, I cleaned out and got rid of most of my fabric stash. (Read about that here). I didn't touch my scraps though. I can't bring myself to get rid of them because someday I'll make a postage stamp quilt or a string quilt or a scrappy something! (Maybe I'll design a quilt meant to use scraps...hmm...) In the ba
This post takes you inside the sewing room of my dear friend, Kim, who remodeled her studio in early 2017. My hope is that this will be the first of several posts spread out over the next 4 or 5 months in which we get to glimpse into some other quilting spaces! While we may see some repeat ideas, I have an inkling we will see some interesting ways that people organize.
Hey friends! Welcome! So I know that when I go to Pinterest looking for something specific, I just want to get to the info. I don't need the back story. I am a to the point kind of girl. We are all I a hurry and have a ton on our lists, I get it. SO what you will find here is a no BS (back story) just straight to the p
Organize your sewing room for your beginner sewing projects, organize your closet with IKEA products. Check out my DIY ideas for sewing room table, sewing room furniture, shelving ideas for sewing room, craft room ideas. These easy and inexpensive IKEA products will help you to organize everything in your sewing room very well.