Dear fellow bloggers and people who love to sew! Let me introduce me brand new sewing room. Happy happy happy happy! For the last two years this room was prison and my sewing space. Never again I want to see this photo! It reminds me of the hell on Earth and back pain.
Since three weeks, I've been privileged to own an entire room for sewing! No surprise that I quickly transformed it into a cozy island in the middle of crazy city :)
Doesn't the room looks like an IKEA showroom? In Japan, IKEA is my second home since most of the interior design and furniture shops are overpriced. On the other hand, we have no plans to retire in Japan. Maybe couple more years, and we'll go to a new country.
I love this funky table top. Because the top is not attached to the shelves, and I can easily move it when drawing patterns. And, No, it does not move when I sew.
|Table top & two shelves|
|Practical IKEA rack|
|Super cute duster|
|Overlock, pressing tools & thread track|
|Brand new mannequin and ironing corner (& work in progress)|
|Sewing books, patterns, fabric and other craft supplies|
|I bought tons of acrylic boxes to host all possible and impossible sewing tools|
Happy happy happy :) My neighbors must be nuts with me jumping around. But, man, I am happy! My joy is obvious but probably difficult to understand for somebody who never had problems with sewing space.
I spend so much time in the room that if a bed could fit, I would live here. Few hours after work are not enough to deal with all my projects: sewing, drafting patterns, ironing, working on sashiko etc. Besides, in two weeks I am heading to the sunny Israel and need to finish couple of frocks for the city of fashionistas!