This is your last chance to organize that space before all your BundleUP! patterns and fabrics take over ;o) Hahahah, but I do have to say that I love how much easier to put together and complete projects with my newly cleaned space. I showed you a transformation of chaos to functionality, Robin showed you an amazing way to re-purpose thifty finds to make a unique and fun space..... now Sarah is here to show us both up by sharing her space that 100% deserves to be in a magazine!!!!! Hahahahahah, no, we all have spaces that are perfect for us, but she certainly knows how to add an extra flair of style, and we hope that she inspires you as well!
This is my before (ughhhhh):
I started out by doing some general decluttering of the room; getting rid of random Joann Fabric bags with one or two things in them, throwing out packaging from fabrics ordered online and de-scrapping. I went through an entire mountain of scraps and picked out the useable ones and gave them away. It gave me a lot of space that I really needed to get back and really decreased the cluttered look of the room just by getting rid of the scraps. I kept some scraps; those were folded and put into bins.
Other than the dollar section wire bins, the only thing I bought during this project to reorganize my room was the metal peg boards that I added above the storage cubes I moved into the corner. They are also from Michael's and they hold my scissors and rotary cutters, plus my embroidery hoops and some other various notions. My other embroidery supplies are stored in the top of my Ikea cart and in the drawers under the peg board.
Once I had all of my organizing done, I did a little accessorizing! I had these little white frames that I bought from Ikea a while ago and they were sitting empty, so I broke them out and make a couple graphics to go in them and added them to the wall. I love them!