Before I get started with the Big Reveal, I just wanted to thank you for sharing your methods of stash organization. The process has begun, and I'm already feeling great after handling all of my pretty skeins of yarn!
I worked all weekend putting together my little craft space, and I'm so happy with it! I'm not totally done, but I'm so thrilled with what I did so far that I have to do a show and tell!
My little craft table! I've never had a place where I can leave the sewing machine on a surface! Yay! A lot of the work was getting things organized and put away.
My little inspiration board! Right now I'm so excited for springtime. I've arranged photos taken of flowers last year. All is want is sunshine and green grass and flowers. I'm planning on switching this up every couple of weeks to have a place to see all that is inspiring me in one place.
I love this print! I hijacked a frame and matt that came with the house, and put this print that I acquired in the original paintings place. When I first discovered this frame I almost threw it in the donate pile. I decided to try it out, and I'm so glad that I did! This print has been in a drawer for months and I'm so glad that it's now on the wall!
Some of my favorite books that always make me want to get off my ass and make something.
Spin spin spin! I'm really happy I have a place to keep my wheel where it doesn't get moved all around and get in everyones way.
The spin spot! Everything is within reach of this little bench. To the left are bowls filled with my WIPs. To the right is more of the same and some spare project bags, in case I want to grab a project for on the go knitting.
Pretty bowls holding projects. Vases with my straight needles. The tin holds pretty buttons. I really love the colors. Part of organizing my stash involved frogging projects I'll never knit. Now I have only projects on the needles that I'm really excited about.
Thanks for visiting my craft room show and tell! I've had so much fun and now I can't wait to spend tons of time making things in my own little space.