This is where I do all my cutting and sewing.
I love these cubbies with the baskets. I can spin around and find that perfect piece that I just KNOW I have somewhere.
The other side of the room has another desk that holds overflow. It's usually piled high.
The white cupboards above the table, hold backing fabrics and a couple of block of the months I need to finish. This tall cupboard is the latest addition. I like to have some fabrics out of the bins where I can enjoy them.
This shelf holds my little "treasures" . A co-worker gave me the Featherweight. I started the little hexagon quilt YEARS ago. Maybe one day I will finish it.
The cake stand holds goodies. The far wall is my design wall. It's pretty empty so no need to show it.
I don't think our creativity needs to be limited to the size of our spaces. Some people create in much smaller rooms than mine. If I had a bigger space, I would probably collect more stuff. From now on, before I bring it in here, I am going to make sure it is something I will definitely use in the near future. One more thing I am throwing on the recycle pile.......guilt. That piece of fabric I paid good money for but know I will never use? Gone. The little trinket that was my friends? Gone. I'm done feeling guilty. Hopefully someone else can get as much use out of it as I have.
I will leave you with a quote I read the other day:
"Start where you are.
Use what you have.
Do what you can." --Arthur Ashe