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My Craft Studio

Well, here goes – lots of photos of my studio space in the loft….(click on each image for a larger version)

Sewing space under the eaves

Sewing space under the eaves

Ikea "Expedit" units for open storage

Ikea “Expedit” units for open storage

A place for everything and everything in its place!

A place for everything and everything in its place!

All manner of scissors at my fingertips.

All manner of scissors at my fingertips.

Transparent lidded tubs make finding things easy.

Transparent lidded tubs make finding things easy.

Button storage - perfect!

Button storage – perfect!

Pull-out drawer directly underneath my sewing machine so all my essentials are accessed quickly and easily.

Pull-out drawer directly underneath my sewing machine so all my essentials are accessed quickly and easily.

Yarn stacked in open shelves.

Yarn stacked in open shelves.

Fabric on view to constantly inspire.

Fabric on view to constantly inspire.

My favourite craft books are up here as well.

My favourite craft books are up here as well.

My vintage "Sylko" thread cabinet still in use.

My vintage “Sylko” thread cabinet still in use.

Lidded boxes for items ready for sale, safely stored away from dust.

Lidded boxes for items ready for sale, safely stored away from dust.

Shallow drawers are really useful for lots of small objects like bobbins, beads and zips.

Shallow drawers are really useful for lots of small objects like bobbins, beads and zips.

A comfortable day-bed on which I curl up and do a spot of crochet or hand-stitching.

A comfortable day-bed on which I curl up and do a spot of crochet or hand-stitching.

I now have my old iMac in the studio as well which is handy for browsing the web.

I now have my old iMac in the studio as well which is handy for browsing the web.

And best of all is the view.....

And best of all is the view…..

15 thoughts on “My Craft Studio

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  4. Looks great, such a lovely space to work and very well organised!

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  6. The London rearing in me wants to say how quickly one can go off someone when faced with what I consider a dream space which quite obviously I don’t have hence the green eyed monster. However,a more cultivated Home Counties female now I say. ……. Damn it you did good gal!!! I too have great views only problem being I can’t see them from the kitchen floor when cutting out 😉 x

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  7. Oh wow that’s fantastic. I dream of the day when we build our studio in the garden, half for my craft things and half for the mister to make terrible music 🙂 x

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  8. I’m drooling at that view: lush, green, open. Oh my goodness you are living the life.

    What a fabulous crafting room. You’ve thought of everything, so clearly you put a lot of time in the planning stages. It’s cute, efficient and tidy, yet with easy access to everything. That’s not always easy to pull off. Thanks for sending me to your craft room. I enjoyed my visit.

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  9. what a lovely space! I love the drawer under the sewing machine and the button storage, great ideas!

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  10. I’m drooling, you have a beautiful studio, & super neat

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