The best feature of my sewing space is the closet. I use it to store my work in progress projects which I've hung on coat hangers. It gives me a visual reminder to work on what’s already underway rather than start new projects. However, this doesn't always work and I end up starting lots of new things anyway!
I sew on a Juki TL-2010Q. I bought it after 18 months sewing on a Brother CS-6000i which was a great starter machine. The Juki sews so smoothly and the quilting is first rate. I love the 9” throat, which makes large projects almost painless!
I built the ironing table using Elizabeth Hartman’s tutorial. I added a wooden box on top of the TV dinner tray to raise the height. The larger square ironing platform is the perfect size for me even thought it makes the table a little tipsy.
The Toes in the Sand quilt by Jaybird Quilts is up on my design wall right now, I'm working on layout. Because I’m using my own fabric choices I think I will end up deviating from the suggested layout in order to balance fabric color, and value.
I’m looking forward to eventually finding a taller cutting table. I do love having the cutting table close to a window where there is lots of natural light. I've got scraps stored in a few plastic bins perched on a reclaimed piece of cedar.