Here is the promised tour. I am taking these on my iPhone so the quality isn't the best.
When you step into the room to the right is my bookshelf. I have most of my quilting books on here and have to finish putting the rest up. The bottom shelf holds paper patterns in pattern boxes. There are several plastic bins with notions in them that will be moved elsewhere. Down below are my quilting magazines. On the floor is assorted stuff that I need to find a home for. More than likely I will be stacking my project boxes near here. I plan to limit the number of boxes to 6 or under. I am a fan of FAB 4 that I have talked about on here before so 4 may be the magic number. It dawns on me that this might be the right place for my tote of "kits".
On the wall to the right I have my quilt rack. I have two types of tops here. Those that are completed and waiting for quilting and those that need more work. Those "in progress" as they all are really in progress are on the front where they can easily be seen. The tote underneath contains my kits that I mentioned previously. To the left of that is a bin that contains fabric and scraps. I need to sort, fold and put away the fabric in my stash cabinets and put the scraps in the scrap bucket.
My design wall will eventually go up here.
The wall you see as you enter the door is the where the stash cabinets are located. I had the guys slide everything to the right a little so the wire racks could be put along side the cabinet on the left. This made a good spot to keep my rulers as well. I plan to store all my sewing notions in these racks.
This is the wall to the left as you come in the door. The location of the machine. I have it sitting on a drafting table which works well for me. You can't see it but tucked behind the door to the left is my cutting table. I moved it there to make it more easily accessible. It used to live where the wire racks are now kept.
What sewing room would be complete without a sewing assistant? This is Sadie, She is my son's dog and whenever I go in to sew she is right there. Making her a mat to lie on is in order.
This is a little stack of QSTs that I just finished sewing into hour glass blocks. These were gifted to me and I have plans of making a version of Bonnie Hunter's Pfefferneuse quilt. I am trying to decide what color pinwheels to put with them. Watch this space for more news!