My space is VERY temporary! I have kind of hijacked one of the offices in my mother-in-law's house with whom we are living with on a temporary basis. Fortunately, she doesn't really use this one anymore, so I think she's ok with it. We are living with them while our home is being remodeled so this is very make-do!
Here is the view when you walk into the office. I didn't even straighten up to impress you. :)
So now pretend that you sat down in that office chair and then swing around the opposite direction. Here is what you would see:
On the bright side, my husband told me we are probably going to be moving into our house in about 2-3 weeks! I AM SO EXCITED!!!
The window ledge is a convenient holder for a few house blocks and miscellaneous things that haven't been sewed into a quilt yet . . .
I tried to disguise this giant obsolete printer with some other miscellaneous blocks that I'm no longer interested in. . .
Here's a small collection of stitcheries that I may hang on the walls of my REAL sewing room later (except the wash day one) but for now they are just leaning against the wall. Like several of you I love vintage things and I'm going to be on the lookout for things to decorate my new sewing room now that it seems it's actually going to happen!
Most of you saw my post about our house and how it has been transformed from a tiny little thing to a livable home. Wanna peak at the inside? This is what it looked like two days ago . . .
This is my daughter's window seat in her bedroom
And this is a view of one wall of my new sewing room! Loving all that storage! This is down in the basement under the house that once used to be a dirt cellar. We finished it off and put in closets and electricity and heat and a really nice window that lets in lots of light. I forgot to take a picture of that. I'm going to go ahead and publish this post and I'll add that later. So there's not a ton of natural light but enough to keep me happy and at least I have a designated room for sewing, right?
So that's my sewing space, present and future. Join in the fun over at Melva Loves Scraps and let us see your sewing space!
Don't forget to check back on Monday to visit all the blogs in the Shadow Block Mini Quiltalong!
And in the meantime . . . Happy Quilting!
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