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Hi friends! I’ve had a ton of requests for a sewing/quilting room tour, so that’s what we’re doing today! I’m super excited to be able to have this space as I had previously taken over our dining room with sewing stuff.

As most of you know, this room used to be our homeschool room, which is why you can hear tweeting in the background. We recently moved the school room to our basement (the birdies stayed in this room) and after about 2 seconds of it being empty, I claimed the space as my new sewing area!

Watch my Sewing/Quilting Room Tour video here!

Links to my storage shelves and desk set up!

  • Kallax shelving unit (I have a 2×4 unit, and a 5×5 unit. I‘m sorry, they don’t offer the 5×5 unit anymore, the largest you can get is a 4×4 unit.)
  • Linnmon Table Top (78 3/4” x 23 5/8” mat white table tops – I put two table tops together as shown in the video)
  • Adils table Legs (I purchased 8 of the white ones. Three on each end and two in the center for stability.)

Links to products shown or mentioned in the video! Along with some of my favorite sewing notions:

I hope you enjoyed my sewing room tour!

If you just started quilting or sewing, here are more videos in my How to Quilt Series!

Here are a few more of my Tutorials online if you’re just getting started:

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17 Comments

  1. Thanks for the sewing room tour! I love all of the natural light and white furniture- so bright and cheery. I’ve got my sewing space set up in a nook area of our master bedroom and it’s been great having a designated space.
    I’ve always wanted to learn how to quilt; after watching your quilting tutorials and some videos from MSQC, I completed my first quilt in November. Working on my second now. I’ve got a couple of different fabric lines ordered and stashed away for my upcoming projects. It’s kind of addictive. 🙂

    Kristina in GA
  2. Hi Erica, Can you tell me where i can purchase the magnetic bowls you showed in this video? You suggested at Riley Blake, but they only sell to wholesalers. Please let me know if there is another store I can purchase them at. Thank You!

    Cecilia Russo
  3. Hi Erica, What a pretty, yet efficient sewing room! Would you consider doing a tutorial on how you fold your fabric on the comic book boards? I love your clarity! : )

    Wendy
  4. Your YouTube link to cotton batting on Amazon is $235. Is that accurate? Some had commented that the price increased dramatically. That seems high to me, but I am new to this and getting a little overwhelmed by costs. Curious what is reasonable cost. What batting do you prefer and what is the usual cost?
    Thank you!

    Angela

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