My sweet husband noticed that I had spent less time sewing than usual in my new space and he suggested that it was too cramped, and that I should spread out. We have a large upstairs landing and he helped me turn my studio from a one dark room to a large open bright space, plus a room for the overflow!
I'm so happy to have a big open space with plenty of light to work. And at my back I have a great big sewing table with adjustable length, my birthday gift for this year.
I plan on filling the walls with sewing pattern and vintage fashion memorabilia.
|A 1950's Anne Adams catalog, the first of many to be hung in this room.
The art is a collection of vintage lingerie magazine ads from Vogue that I acquired from this great shop on etsy.
|This one is my absolute favorite.
|The bolt of fabric in the background of this one is just idea for a sewing room!
What a guy. :)
How about you? Do you have your dream sewing space? Or are you creative within a limited space?
I know what I'm doing with my space today. I just got some amazing quilted silk velvet fabric in the mail from fabric.com
and I'll be making slippers today from it using this great vintage slipper pattern pdf I finished recently.