|Hanging sweater shelves and a clear shoe hanger hold|
balls and skeins of yarn.
While I'm spending most of my time at our apartment near our businesses, most of my sewing and art supplies are at my house, where I have a large (and crowded) studio/sewing room. I'm constantly thinking of things I'd like to have here, and over the past few months my tiny guest/sewing room has about reached overflowing.
So, over the past few weeks I've been putting up new shelves and finding new organizing tools. Here's al little tour of what I've done so far.
I really like these over the door shoe racks for holding small stuff and keeping it visible. They work especially well for the fat quarters of hand-painted fabric I've been working on, and all the small balls of yarn I've collected.
I have one more major project, raising the guest bed on risers and stashing under-bed boxes with fabrics I don't use as often and other items.
|Tall shelves hold stacked fabric, bins of cut pieces and|
a couple of sewing machines at the bottom.
|Another over-the-door shoe rack holds hand-painted|
fabric, mostly fat quarters.
|Another set of shelves holds books, fabric paints |
and a couple more sewing machines.