Yes it’s Disney fun month, I know, this post has nothing to do with Disney. I recently discovered a great blog while I was guest judging on The CSI Project. The blog is called Silo Hill Farm, and while I appreciate the wonderful crafty posts that Danni produces, what I really love about the blog is her sense of humor. Her personality really comes through and makes her posts entertaining, I would really like to hang out with this lady!
So this week Danni posted her Tongue in Cheek Tuesday Link up – the theme: Junk In Our Trunks. I really wanted to participate and I knew it was time to air my dirty secrets. I am going to take you for a tour of my sewing and crafting space. It’s a little scary. Okay, here it goes.
First of all here is the view from the door.
I know, it’s bad…right? If you turn to the right you will see my closet. The closet has shelves where I store all of my fancy baking stuff, like cake pop maker, cupcake transporter, cookie cutters, cake plates, etc…It also has my ironing board, cutting mat, and a little dresser where I store all of my crafting supplies.
Some of my favorite things are inside the dresser, there are two drawers and then a slide out drawer inside where I keep some books, sketch pad, and quilting rulers. Here is a peek inside my dresser.
Okay so that was the easy part, I actually like my crafting dresser. Here is something a little scarier. My fabric scraps. Please don’t judge, I am in the process of organizing them, I promise!!
And this over here, this drawer is horrible. This is the drawer of unfinished projects. Fabric that I have cut out, lost interest in sewing, and then stuck it in a ziploc bag along with the pattern.
My fabric stash!! I know I absolutely have an addiction to fabric. I love the feel, smell, look, everything about it! Don’t tell my husband! Well, it’s not like he doesn’t know, I just don’t want him to know that I have admitted it.
I have a bit of a Red and Aqua color crush, I can’t get enough of it!
No tour of my crafting space would be complete without introducing you to one of my great loves. You have seen her before in many tutorials, but here she is: Grace! My wonderful little Baby Lock sewing machine!
So this is where I create, thanks for taking the time to have a look!