Being cold and wet here, it has been the perfect weather for a little IT surveillance.
I have been looking at some sewing spaces on the internet, and as a result; have become pea green with envy.
Some spaces have large design walls to hang their current projects, -- my design wall is where I can find some clear space!
|My design wall --this piece is taped to the window!|
|WIP Dresden Plate draped over the couch!|
|Design wall being used is the back lawn|
|Attached to a fence!|
|Liberty Scrap Pack opened out on the kitchen table- whilst on holidays recently!|
|Design wall is the Lunch Room floor at work|
|The cutting mat as a design wall|
A huge vision of colour, organization and a variety of spaces are evident on Pinterest.
I have had sewing room envy with storage, sewing tables and all manner of ways to keep those sewing containers together.
I have been admiring Sarah's lovely new sewing space, in particular a wonderful framed chart on the wall in her new space - caught my eye. I spent many years memorising my Chemistry Periodic tables on the bus for school--so was quite fascinated to see the below table.
made and designed by www.scientificseamstress.com
The Periodic Sewing Table of Sewing Elements is sew / so well thought out!
It has been designed by this wonder, I quickly downloaded the template above and had it framed. As yet not yet hanging in any designated area at home - but I have had this at my work place to show some clients who share the sewing / science mixture. We have all shared the same measure of amazement and pleasure at the thought process that has gone into this piece of art!
Well done to Carla for a fantastic piece of art for my sewing space that I am yet to claim in the house.