I had a lot of grand ideas to get my room absolutely perfect before sharing it on my blog. However, I realized that my room is a work in progress. If I waited until it was exactly how I wanted it, you would be waiting a very long time. So with that said...
Welcome to my new craft room which I have decided to now call my studio. ;) The picture above is what greets you as you walk in the door.
Directly to the left as you walk in is my closet. I have plans to hang a flannel sheet on the wall on the left for a large hidden design wall. My closet mostly houses my scrapbook supplies and papers. Some batting and quilts are in the back corner. My threads and a few other quilting things are in the large Kallax/Expedit from my old craft room.
As you walk in a little further, you can see my future design wall and cutting table. I want my design wall to look like this one at Fresh Lemons Quilts. My cutting table is about 4 feet by 6 feet and made with two Kallax units and a melamine coated board. My table is on wheels and is surprisingly easy to move around without slipping when I am using the table. I will share more details about my cutting table soon.
Just past the cutting table with the quilt rack is a play area. I have Duplos in the storage cubes for my little visitors to play with. The quilt rack is there so they don't hit their heads on the cutting table. There is extra sewing space on the six foot table and my Tiara is right in front of the window.
Then to the right is my old Ikea corner desk and my sewing cabinet. There is more sewing space at the corner desk. I hope to be able to start a small quilting group in my new neighborhood.
Continuing to the right is my ironing station. In the future I want it to look like this one at Hyacinth Quilt Designs.
Coming full circle is my old cutting table which now serves as a computer desk. To the side of my computer desk is another six foot table I can set up for even more sewing space. I estimate that I can fit six more people in here comfortably.
That door leads to the landing at the top of the stairs where we entered.
Thank you so much for stopping by and taking a tour of my new studio.
Monkey and the rest of the Quilt Kisses family hope you stop by again.
Hopefully this stack of mini quilts will be on the wall by then.
My studio is about 14.5 by 20 feet plus the closet and corner with my computer desk. I love spending time in here.
P.S. I will be linking up with some of the fun parties on my sidebar. Check them out to see what other quilts are up to.