My Crafting Area - Before

I’ve been working on renovating and reorganizing my crafting area since just before the new year.  I have a meeting at my house in just over 2 weeks and I HAVE to have it finished by then!  In the meantime – here are a few ‘before’ shots…I’m sort of embarrassed to even show you all these…BUT you will be SUPER amazed when you see the after shots!

010 The shelves on the left side of this picture are newly installed.  I plan on using the drafting table to the right for my GO! Cutter.011 Here’s a view into my quilting room.012 I have all these fabulous machines and no where to work!  That’s going to change soon!013 BOXES of upholstery samples my in-laws got me at an auction…hard to see what I’m working with… 015 Side view of some shelving and my ironing table…016One more view of my sewing table.

Everything has to get messier before it gets better….right!?

5 comments:

  1. I must be twisted...The pictures TOTALLY make me want to come dig in with you...LOL...Have fun with it!!

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  2. Oh my goodness Kim .. can't wait to see how beautiful your space turns out. Looks like you have great bones there.

    Cheers,
    Michele

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  3. I can't believe you snuck into my house and took a picture of my sewing room without my knowing. Does this mean once you finish organizing your room you will be available to work on mine?

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  4. I have to agree with Katie Q; you could most definitely be in my sewing room/basement... I know it will look amazing when you post the after! Now, if I could just get my organizing started :o)

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  5. Thank you for sharing with us at the Learning Center! .. Pat Sloan
    http://quiltinggallery.com/learning-center/

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