I decided to have a small ironing station above the ironing board (the board is not shown here) but it is now permanently up - no more putting it away. Yaaay! The "station" is just the right size to hold my iron, clapper, hams and bias tape maker. The clipboard holds notes about current and repeat projects - and a few of those ideas rolling around in my head.
The closet door is "dressed" with a 6 yard piece of knit fabric that may become the pattern that's attached to it. I've had that piece since spring and have changed my mind many times about what to create with it. That's just part of the creative process, right? LOL!
Window #1 - I love my sewing themed curtains - sew fun to make! Check out my Zipper Board! Can you believe that I had to buy 3 zippers a few weeks ago for a project! I just did not have the right color for my projects!
Can you see my serger peaking out? It's a Juki MO1000 - she's a workhorse. And for the 1st time, I have pegboards in my space. This one holds my rulers and 2/3 of my scissors. Yes! There are more scissors hidden in a drawer! Shhhh! That bag of zippers on the pegboard are some of my invisible zippers that I have not yet sorted.
This is my embroidery station. Stabilizer is in a large basket...OK, OK, one roll is on the floor! 😄The red cubes hold embroidery supplies and commercial patterns. I might add one more storage cube under the pegboard. My own patterns are currently on the back of the door leading into the room (I forgot to take a picture). The multi-color cubes hold fabric scraps, including denim, leather and fleece. And my other pegboard holds my hoops and embroidery scissors. I love my little fold up stool...from Walmart. But I no longer need to fold it up!
Here's a front view of my cutting table. The drawers are filled with a few current projects and a lot of 100% cotton fabric. I'm planning to add two more cube storage tables to the other side of the table - yep...I've measured - there is plenty of room on the other side for more storage.
As you can see, the commercial desktop is centered over the dresser, but when I add the storage cubes, it will be fully supported. Nope, I have not secured it to the dresser. Yes, it moves if you lean on it. So until I get those cubes, beware if you enter...no leaning!