After Corry at Dutch Blue shared her sewing room with us I decided while my cutting table was cleared off, to take a few pictures of my sewing room to share with you.
The door did open back against the wall where my rulers are hanging, the room is so tiny I had to make use of every inch of space.
Just to the right of my cutting table is the closet I gave a deep cleaning to on New Years Day, so far it is staying pretty orderly. Hanging between the closets you will see my one and only attempt at "Cathederal Windows".
I am very fortunate to have 2 large closets in this room , both have byfold doors so you can see the whole interior at once.
The ironing board, which is always up sits in front of the second closet making it tough to get to. If I want to get in that closet I squeeze around the ironing board then open the doors, if I open the door first I can't get past it, Or I try to stretch across the ironing board to reach inside. I need one of those handles with a grabber on the end.
Traveling around the room to the right, at the window, I just put up the new blind. I get the morning sun in this window which I love, but not in my eyes while I am sewing. I couldn't find one locally to fit my window so I ordered it from my favorite cheap place to get custom blinds made, Just Blinds
Above the window I have my radio, and a few things I rarely use and a couple rag dolls I made back when.
I have a sewing table that fits in the corner, which I really like, my sewing machine sets down in the table but doesn't completly fill the space so I am always losing things down the hole.
I am currently machine quilting a quilt I found during my deep cleaning of the closets, so another UFO bites the dust.
Beside the sewing table I have storage for my cut squares and strips.
And another UFO I hope to get done soon, I can't decide how I want to put the blocks together, so if I leave them there long enough, I'm sure I will get a brain storm, at least that's my hope.
Last but not least as you leave the room I have added a design wall in the hallway. These are "mile a minute" blocks I made a few weeks ago while cleaning up my scraps.
I hope you enjoyed the tour of my little quilting sanctuary.