It’s (almost) done.
For more than two weeks I have not been sewing one single stitch. I dedicated every single minute of my free time to get my sewing room emptied, cleaned, new furniture assembled, and my sewing stuff reorganized. I have to admit that organizing my sewing stuff took almost one week’s time. I hadn’t anticipated that!
And now without further ado I proudly present my new sewing room:
The sewing table:
Many thanks to the friendly employee at our local building supplies store who cut out the holes for my machines!!!
We attached a wooden board underneath and voilà – we were done (o:
My new fabric and notions shelves:
And my new cutting table made from two IKEA Expedit screwed together:
Those clear boxes with my unfinished objects happen to fit-in perfectly. The shelves are deep enough to store my (few) bolts, the 24” cutting ruler and the larger dies for my GO! Baby Cutter.
On the opposite side I put in those IKEA fabric boxes…
…that I use to sort my scraps according to colours. BTW: Did you ever see those fabric boxes in red?!
I finally sorted my patterns into folders and organized my sewing books and magazines.
And here’s a lovely box that my mother gave me two years ago as a birthday gift:
Now, there’s not much left to do: We need to rearrange the lights and I want my dad to make a simple design wall – my birthday is in three months, so that would be a perfect gift (o:
Thanks so much for your help so far, Papa!!!
Paradise is not far off after all, it’s located in our basement!