Monday, January 24, 2011

Come On In : :

This little room of mine is finally starting to come together. It is very much a work in progress, but I thought I would share a little peek of my space with you today and as it changes along the way. It's pretty much a blank canvas...
work in progress
fabric shelf
drawing room. drying rack
wooden spools
needles
AMH fabric
yarn shelf
threads
love machine
I actually feel a little nervous and a bit shy about sharing it, isn't that silly? I guess because it's nothing fancy, like so many of the studio's that I have seen (here, here and here) and admire, and also because this space means so much to me. To be honest, I've been stalling on photographing it - I'm not a fan of the blue paint or carpet and was going to wait until I had art up on the walls, new curtains, and was hoping to have my new camera first. But... here it is. My little room.

25 comments:

  1. I am so envious! I wish I had a room like that to create in. I keep begging for one, but...nada :( Yours is so lovely.

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  2. Looks lovely!
    Bright fabrics and yarns...cheery.
    No matter what the space, it's yours and creative...that's what is important.

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  3. Wow! It looks great! :D I love it!

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  4. Absolutely wonderful! If I had a room like this, nobody would ever see me.

    someday, someday..

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  5. This is a wonderful space! How could it not be with all that gorgeous fabric and yarn! :)

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  6. I LOVE it!! It looks so wonderful even better than some of the pictures you posted. I'm so happy you have a space of your own. ((love the ladder))

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  7. Your materials are so inspiring the way that you've displayed them. I think it's a lovely creative space. Lucky you!

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  8. Oh it's colorful and yummy!!! Right now I'm using my dining room table : (. I always want to buy that " Seams to me" book just for the cover - I am also loving that vintage door.

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  9. Very colorful, and Clean! I like your coat rack over there with your creations on it. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. an ideal place to be creative in, I love the yarnshelter. Thanks for sharing!!

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  11. I like it. It's a fine creative space. I like how all the colors of your fabrics and yarns pop on the more neutral walls and desk and shelves. :)


    hundy&undy

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  12. I love it!! all the gorgeous pattern and colour and your yarn shelf... I find it all very inspiring and who wouldn't want to just jump in and start creating something! :)

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  13. It looks beautiful! So neat and tidy. Thanks for sharing it with us!

    xo,
    Jenn

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  14. Everything is relative! Living in a tiny apartment I am so jealous of all of your space! It looks like heaven.

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  15. I just clicked over from Flickr and wow! I'm glad I did because all the extra pictures are fantastic. I think we get overawed by all the perfect spaces that others have to work in. You've done a fantastic job of making your space cozy and workable. The yarns and vintage spools are great eye candy for me. Not to mention your stash of AMH out on display. Great job!

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  16. It looks very nice! And any craft room is inspiring to someone like me, since my husband and I are completely remodeling/rebuilding our house! I do have a room destined to be a craft room, but all I can do right now is dream about it!

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  17. love your space :D thanks for the tour.

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  18. It looks great! I love the pop of colors - so vibrant and pretty :) I also love how you have hung fabric on top of the table - such a great idea!

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  19. I love it - it is so cheery and warm. It just invites you in. The larger fancier studios sometimes look a little cold.

    Hugs - Marie

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  20. I love your craft room. Cute!

    I don't have one right now. Maybe one day soon.

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  21. gorgeous and inspiring! i do love your use of color and the way you've "curated" all your useful little objects into wonderful displays. looks like a room i would want to spend a lot of time in!

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  22. thanks for the tour ~ you have a great knitting needle collection :)

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  23. Looks good! love the collection of fabrics, wools etc :)

    www.amg-arts.com

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  24. I realize this post is over a year old, but thank you for sharing. I don't have a sewing space, I have a one bedroom apartment. I have been sewing for over 40 years. I downsized almost three years ago, and I still struggle with how to organize so I can find my tools for sewing! Since January my dining table hasn't been used for dining. It's pub height, seats six, and is my sewing/cutting area. My ironing board is set up next to that... You won't see my sewing space on my blog! But any peeks at what works for someone else is appreciated! Plus I like that you've re-purposed items for your room... since I'm all about that!

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