|Posted by Heather Saunders on April 2, 2012 at 3:10 PM|
When I first started sewing Needlings in 2007, it was strictly living room/coffee table work. This worked for longer than I'd like to admit although slowly taking over other tables and closets throughout the years.
Now I have beautiful big worktable and workspace that I love and a stuffed closet full of extra supplies, fabric, display pieces, etc.
I am a big believer in the fact that there is no right way to do anything and work needs, craft rooms, workspaces, studios are no exception. I use what works for me and am constantly changing things around to see fit. As a result, my "In the Workroom" photos have had a lot of variations over the years. Through some hardcore picture folder research and organizing - I found some examples to share of variations of workspace looks.
This was my "storage table" for finished goodies, paperwork, and extra supplies in December of 2007 only a few months in to Needlings. Because most of my work in the past few years has been stocking stores, very rarely do I have this many finished Needlings goodies to store before they have to be shipped out!
*2009 seems to be the dark ages as far as workspace photos goes.
March 2010 (with work snacks)
It's an ever evolving mess of scraps, supplies, and paperwork but I try to keep it tidy with lots of room for cutting and thinking. It's also fun to see the evolution of my work itself. And photo quality.
Do you have a studio or craft space? Where do you work? I'd love to see it!
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