I had to take some time and re-organize my sewing room. I can't function in a mess and it doesn't take long before I find my sewing space full of clutter and disarray.
I went through every pc. of cotton, and cut up the smaller pcs. into strips , then sorted my strips by color and put them in the bins you see on the top. All fabric that is around a fat quarter size or larger I folded, and put on the shelves by color. I was surprised to see how much blue and green I had, and how little neutrals, browns, pinks, purples, yellows, etc. I had. Now I'm in a panic, that I need to re-stock those colors I'm lacking in as I have several big quilt projects upcoming that will need them. I shouldn't have any problems coming up with a monochromatic blue or green quilt when the times comes. LOL
The industrial sewing machine top is cleaned off too now - I just didn't take a photo of it as I wanted to share this corner the most. I see my walls look pink in this photo - but in reality they are very light yellow. LOL
My real cutting table is still in storage, so I'm temporarily using this little dining table - which is way to small, and low. Under the table is more scraps to be cut, a TV that is going to be mounted up on the wall later, and some rolls of webbing and Velcro. More large rolls of batting, stabilizer, etc are stacked in the corner. It bothered me to no end every time I went to work having all this stuff just piled around the table.
The lower photo to the left shows how I took closet brackets, mounted them to the wall, placed my dowels across and put most my rolls of supplies up off the floor that way. it is so easy to just pull off what you need, cut it, and have it all right there easy accessible, but still out of the way and the floor still clear of clutter.
I still need to buy some more brackets, but I wanted to see how theses worked before I spent the money on more. I love how it is working and I think I'll even add some more with dowels to hand finished quilts on. Still don't have my cutting table top here - that should be soon, but now, the only thing under the table is the TV and a sewing machine that needs to go to the sewing machine Dr.
I put the webbing, Velcro, and some other extra's laying around in large bins, put the tops on them, and stacked the two bins to the right corner of the room. I also want to add a shelf to the top bracket above the smaller rolls of stabilizer for my freezer paper box, and some other items to sit on. I'll share more photo's as I go along.