What do cassette tape trays and fabric have in common? Not much, but when you combine them, it’s gorgeous! Tonya Staab created this awesome fabric scrap organizer from a vintage (I know, it’s a little weird to use vintage and cassette tape together, but it’s true!) cassette tape tray!
Isn’t that a perfect use of a vintage item? Now, imagine how beautiful and colorful this would be hanging on the wall!
Tonya has tons of craft and storage ideas on her blog. Check it out!
Is sewer the correct term? Seamstress? Sewist? Oh dear.
Liesl Gibson is a fabric and sewing pattern designer who owns a company called Oliver + S. She works out of her home, and her sewing studio is beautiful. I love that everything has its own place, but love that there is plenty of room for display and inspiration boards.
Don’t you just love this space? For more about Liesl, check out her blog and website.
Clare of The Robin and Sparrow has managed to create a room that functions not only as a craft room, but also as a spare bedroom. What this room lacks in space it certainly makes up for in beautiful vintage character.
Clare made use of existing shelving and a workbench left by the previous owner to create her workstation.
This closet made the perfect space for sewing materials.
Isn’t this room gorgeous? For more details, check out Clare’s blog.
Jenni F (Two Peas Gallery Member) switched her smaller scrap room for the larger guest bedroom. She gained space, of course, but also a different approach to organizing her supplies. The result is a peaceful and well organized creative space!
I rarely think about using an L-shaped desk for crafting, but after seeing this picture, I may just try it!