Monday, December 6, 2010

Where magic happens or sewing workshop part 2

Last week, I talked to you about my sewing room, well this week I am going to do it again. Since I can't talk about what is happening in my workshop I have to find another subject. When I showed you my workshop last week I didn't tell you about all the details on how I keep my things organized, so I'm going to show you some things I found. Of course I used things that I could find at home

Tuna cans:
they are a great way to organize my boxes
and to find my pins, an notions...

Curtain hooks: 
As I told you last week they help me hold
my siccors, rotary cutters, quilt rullers...
and of course this picture is upside down 

Toilet paper rolls:
Yes, you can do many thing with those,
 beside the obvious, but once you finished
 the toilet paper of course, and I found that they
 were great to organize my patterns

Cable ties:
in case you were wondering what I used to
 hold the cans, well at home I had cable ties
 (at least I think that's what they are called)
laying around and I love to use them for
that sort of thing.
 and this is what it looks like up close from the back

Well of course my workshop gets
dirty very quickly, and if I don't
want all the mess to go every where in
 the house, I have to vacuum, but what is
 more annoying than vacuuming, well cables
 in your way so this is what
 I did so I didn't have to move the cables

Spice rack:
I use it to store my buttons, and other stuff
since I don't want to have to get them out
to discover what is in it I tape one item on the

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