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Sew Organized

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Dear Creatives, I hope you enjoyed your weekend. It seemed to flown by for me. I started organizing, trying to get a few things put away. My craft room is in dire need of re-organization as it was really my older daughter’s room ( she is long moved out)   now guest / craft-room. Somehow I decided to get rid of an older desk we used in the kitchen & moved a newer desk from the bedroom area to free up space. I moved my sewing machine into that space.

I would love to have a sewing cabinet. I found one that is reasonable in cost & I am considering. I love that it is on casters, as when visitors come I can move it out with ease. You can purchase it in American Cherry Finish or Pine.Today I thought I would share it & some craft rooms, announce the winner of the giveaway &  a few more things, including a link to a super easy tutorial.

Sauder Sewing/Craft Cart - American Cherry Finish
Sauder Sewing/Craft Cart – American Cherry Finish

Sauder Sewing/Craft Cart - Bishop Pine Finish

Sauder Sewing/Craft Cart – Bishop Pine Finish

One day I hope to have all my stuff in one room to work in. Instead of sewing here, craft there, paint stored in laundry room. You get the idea. Let me show you some of my favorite craft- rooms to date. This room idea would still leave room for the guest bed & dresser.

Not too long ago I helped my one of my daughters move. We left a brand new shower organizer for the tenant coming in. This is a simple storage solution. I could see doing this.I have been toying with the idea of using a craft table of sorts with bookcases in our kitchen when we paint & lay the flooring. Our kitchen has the best light in winter & in summer stays cool until later in the afternoon. I love the idea of a window seat with more storage too for that area. Hidden away. Baby steps, lol. I’ll be happy if I get my room reorganized this week.

Now I saw this sewing book & I am all about simple sewing. Do any of you have it?


Chronicle Books - Simple Sewing Chronicle Books – Simple SewingNever has simplicity looked so sophisticated! Internationally celebrated designer Lotta Jansdotter collects 24 of her most popular sewing patterns into one irresistible collection. This full-color, lay-flat book presents each project with step-by-step instructions, photos, inspiring design ideas, and helpful, hand-drawn how-to illustrations. From Chronicle Books.

  • Includes book and reusable pattern sheets
  • Patterns include tote bags, aprons, bed linens, and more


In My Spare Time

I can’t wait to get sewing again. I have a tutorial to share soon, a new no sew one for sewing. Stay tuned. I would of shared it today but my external drive crashed when we moved the desk. Of course that is the one with all my photos & digital s.But I did find this Tea Towel Apron Tutorial that looks super easy! & directions to Sarah’s Tea Towel Market Tote Tutorial . I am going to be on the look out for the cutest tea towels I can find. Don’t you just love it?

Think good thoughts for me when the Mr. talks to the company as it is under warranty & I pray they can tell us how to recover the files & it works. Luckily I have my current photos on my memory stick so I can load them in another drive& program. Same for my recipe I will try to share this week. So please be patient. It’ll be worth the wait. Speaking of sharing if you have something creative you have made please link up here!

Last but not least the winner of the Fiberlucious Snowmen Giveaway! Drum roll please…..Megryansmom! Congrats!! *winner chosen @Random.org & Thank you all for entering. I am sure to have another giveaway just around the corner!

 What is your favorite sewing book?

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  1. I love looking at these spaces and imaging my own space.
    I think I have a nice little area upstairs. I just need shelves and storage to keep my sewing area separate from the kids play area.

    Thank you for sharing.

    You have a very nice blog. I am also your new follower!

    1. Your welcome Jamerican Spice, I agree it is fun to look at creative spaces & see how we can use those ideas or some of them in our own homes. Glad to have you following along!

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