Category Archives: Creative Workspaces

Creative workspaces (Vol1) Gallery

Your workspace should be the place you can go to to get your creative juices flowing & be at your most productive. Too often, people are working in an uninspiring, lifeless environment that only stunts their creativity. Here are some great tips and ideas to optimize your workspace to achieve maximum creativity.

One of the simplest and easiest ways to make a creative workspace is by knowing yourself. For example, do you work better in a bustling or quiet environment? Do you prefer working in cooler rooms than hot rooms? Do you love colours or you prefer something soft. The most important thing to remember, when setting up a creative workspace, is that it should be designed around you and how you like to work. Before you start, create a list of your likes and dislikes to use as a basis to set up your workspace.

Uninspiring craft room can leave you feeling dull and uninspired. Bright and airy workspaces are the best kind of workspaces to get inspired in so try to make the most of the natural light in your home. Set up your desk next to the window to ensure you get optimum light where you need it most.

I love to organise, a day doesn’t seem complete unless I have organised something.  I believe our life just runs so much smoother when we know where everything is and when everything is in its place.  Use shelves and drawers to store your craft sruff and make your workspace look more organized and streamline! Let’s get organized, inspired and happy!

Here you’ll find some creative workspaces which other craft  bloggers have!

Creative workspacesThe blogger: Claire Louise Milne, Needle Book
Picture via: http://needlebook.blogspot.com/

craft spaces
The blogger: Patricia, Memi The Rainbow
Picture via: http://www.memitherainbow.blogspot.com/

Creative craftspace
The blogger: Erin Hankins, How to Nest for Less
Picture via: http://howtonestforless.com/

Creative craftroom
The blogger: Melissa Mortenson, Polka Dot Chair
Picture via: http://www.tallgrassprairiestudio.blogspot.com/

Creative spaces
The blogger: Jacquie Gering, Tallgrass Prairie Studio
Picture via: http://www.tallgrassprairiestudio.blogspot.com/

Creative craftspace
The blogger: Nicole Samuels, Party of 6
Picture via: http://www.nicole-samuels.com/

Craft room
The blogger: Kim Demmon, Today’s Creative Blog
Picture via: http://todayscreativeblog.net/

Craft room
The blogger: Rebecca Cousins, Freckles Crafts
Picture via: http://www.frecklescrafts.com/

Creative workspace
The blogger: Avril Loreti, Modern Home
Picture via: http://www.avrilloreti.blogspot.com/

Creative craftroom
The blogger: Hazel Fisher, Hazel Fisher Creations
Picture via: http://www.hazelfishercreations.blogspot.com/

Crative workspace
The blogger: Cathe Holden, Just Something I Made
Picture via: http://justsomethingimade.com/

Грамотно организованное рабочее место мастерицы – залог успешной работы, так как ничто не будет омрачать настроения и мастерица сохранит свое радостное вдохновение на протяжении всего творчества :)
Все мы  мечтаем о своей комнате, где сможем рукодельничать. Там обязательно должен стоять удобный стол, а для  каждой ленточки, бумажки найдётся своё место. И пусть у Вас будет не так красиво, как на фотографиях, главное, чтобы Вам там было уютно и комфортно!
Успешного Вам вдохновенного просмотра!

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Creative Workspaces: Anna Graham’s sewing space

I’ve run across many blogs and besides interesting craft ideas, one of my favourite things are posts about one’s working space. As a cleaning/organizing enthusiast I love to see other people homes, handicraft offices or little boutiques with connected working-selling place.  I really admire a neat and organized house,  and clean sewing/knitting/embroidery/quilting (name it!) area is such an inspiration.  I decided to start a new rubric “Creative Workspaces” in my “Elisheva & Shoshana” blog, where I introduce you different cool & creative workspaces.

Take a peek inside the awesome work spaces, see the details that keep bloggers inspired and  gather ideas from their organization secrets!

Vol1: Creative Workspaces: Anna Graham’s sewing space

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…And here her main sewing supplies
Sewing supplies
/1. Extra rotary cutter blades. 2. 45mm Rotary Cutter. 3.Small scissors.4. General scissors.  5. Seam ripper.  6. Needles. 7. Zipper foot.  8. Darning foot. 9. Walking foot. 10. Chop stick. 11. Water soluble pen. 12. Small flat head screwdriver. 13. Fray check. 14. Elastic thread. 15. Pins. 16. Bobbins.  17. Clear grid ruler.  /

Sewing supplies
/ 1. Glue gun. 2. Elastic.  3. Spray starch. 4. Velcro.  5. Safety pin. 6. Needles. 7. Twill tape.  8. Spray adhesive.  /

Sewing supplies
/1. Cotton webbing.  2. Grommets.  3. Thread. 4. Magnetic snaps. 5. Zippers. 6. Snaps/snap setter.  7. Buttons./

Gallery via: Noodlehead / Anna Graham