Wednesday, March 9, 2011

An Organized Sewing Room






Most women who work with fabric can tell you just how quickly their sewing areas can become a mess. I'm trying hard to keep everything in its place, and this pegboard painted to match the walls is just the thing to keep rulers and scissors organized. A brilliant design, if I do say so myself.



The new, larger room afforded plenty of space for a school area, too. Now, I can sew while Abigail and Collin complete their lessons- and the dining room table is used solely for its intended purpose. Well, and game playing, of course!


And by night? The sewing area makes an excellent recording studio for a certain college student home on spring break. I don't mind sharing one little bit.

9 comments:

Nadine said...

What a great room...for many uses too! :)

Blessings!
~Nadine

Debbie T. said...

Awesome! I need you to come and organize mine!
It's a royal mess.

Mrs.Rabe said...

Wonderful use of that space!

We are spread out everywhere for school....

farmhousequilter8 said...

I love the new cork board......Paula

Mary Lou Casada said...

Wow...the pegboard is really cool! That would be a much more efficient way to store my rulers! Hmmmm.... :-) I'm wanting to re-organize my space; even got a book from the library about it. :-)
Blessings!
Mary Lou

Terri said...

It looks great! I can't wait to move to the new house because I get my very own sewing room. :-)

Danielle said...

Very nice! I like using my dinning room table for for dinning too:-)

Mrs. Trixi said...

Oh, wow, I am so envious! I love your sewing room. Beautiful.

Margo said...

clever pegboard - like Julia Child. I love those grey walls, too.

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