A Tour of my Sewing Studio

I cleaned and organized my sewing studio the other day.  It’s the perfect space to make a mess, and it usually is messy! So, I wanted to document how it looked after working on it all day.

I have three sewing machines set up and ready to go, a Pfaff regular/decorative machine, a Viking serger, and a Janome coverstitch machine. I also have an ironing board, and a small table for students to set up their machines.  This room also serves as a guest bedroom, so there is a bed, pushed up against the wall with big pillows, a basket of finished customer work, and an assortment of handmade dolls. It’s also a catch-all for anything and everything I’m working on.  In my next post I’ll share a simple way to organize your stash fabrics in a neat and tidy way.

If you are one of the 400 followers of this blog, thank you for the validation. Knowing that there are others who enjoy sewing, quilting, crafting, and blogging is very inspiring and motivating.

Until next time,
Happy Sewing!

About SeamQueen

Seamstress, Sewist, Artist, Fashionista, Quilter, Upcycler, Textile Obsessed!
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2 Responses to A Tour of my Sewing Studio

  1. Looks lovely! I like how your fabric’s on the shelf like in a shop! 🙂

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  2. Rose says:

    thanks for sharing. I love your ironing board cover with the grid.

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