We recently ripped out all of the carpet on our main floor and put in Hardwood Flooring. And since I’ve had a ton of requests for an updated sewing/quilting room tour, so that’s what we’re doing today!
And yes, the birdies are still living in here keeping me company while I sew. Let’s check it out!
Watch my Updated 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 mentioned in the video, along with some of my favorite sewing notions:
- Juki TL2000 Qi
- Juki G210 (Can’t find the 210, but here is the Juki G110)
- Stackable Mesh Scrap Baskets
- Panasonic Cordless Iron
- FQS Bitty Buddy (Collapsible trash bin)
- Magnetic Pin Bowl
- It’s Sew Emma Stash ‘n Store
- Quilters Press ‘N Cut Ironing Mat
- Creative Grid Ruler
- Kai 5″ Scissors
- Fiskars 8″ Scissors
- Aurifil Thread (I use 50 wt 2021)
- Olfa Splash 45mm Rotary Cutter
- American Crafts Self Healing Mat
- Clover Wonder Clips
- Clover Seam Ripper
- Little House Pins
- 505 Fabric Adhesive
- JoAnn’s 36″ x 59″ Cutting Mat
- Lori Holt Farm Girl Vintage Book
- Comic Book Boards (Used to store yardage)
I hope you enjoyed my sewing room tour!
If you just started quilting or sewing, check out my How to Quilt Series!
Looks great! Seeing all of the fabric in organized in the cubbies makes me smile- it’s so satisfying and pretty to look at. Great job organizing. 🙂
Thank you Erica for the tour of your sewing room. You did a really great job organizing it. I think you should put your computer in the sewing room so you can either listen to a movie or some really great music. I think that is so relaxing.
I noticed you have your yardage folded with cards in it. Are the cards for stability or do you write how much of the fabric is on there? I love your sewing room. Thanks for sharing it with us.
They’re for stability, they’re inexpensive Comic Book Boards and work great! You can get them here: https://amzn.to/2sPdGT5
This sewing room is fantastic. Thanks for letting us take a look inside.
Hello. A few years ago I purchased Greatest Artists Vol. 1 and Vol 2. Finally, this summer I am ready to print both of them but can only find Vol. 2 on my computer. If you keep records of who purchased what and could verify and resend me Greatest Artists Vol. 1 that would be wonderful! Thank you so much, Sarah
Hi Sarah, we do, just send me an email and I’ll be happy to see when your order was. I tried looking up this email and didn’t see any orders.
Wow, what a beautiful sewing room!!! What paint color did you use on the walls?
It’s called Traditional Tan, it was whatever the builders used 🙂 We only had like three paint choices and so I got the most neutral one!
What is the dimensions of your sewing room?
Thanks for all your happy tutorials:)
It’s approximately 13′ x 14′
Congratulations on your new sewing room! Wish I had that much natural light. I’m moving my current quilt room to a larger area, however it has only one window! I’m going to lighten up the room with white enamel trim, and white 2” blinds. My kids had the room accented in black! A holdover from their teen years…many years ago!! LOL I have a 7’x7’ design wall. I really enjoy The larger size. I set my tv on top of a vertical 2×4 cubby shelf. You could always hang a small tv on the wall too! Enjoy your space!
Sounds like a great room!! If you have time, I’d love to see some pics 🙂
Gah I LOVE your sewing room!! Some day when my kids get older and move out I might have this kind of room 😍😍
Ps they have the 5×5 kallax again!
I am not seeing the link for the jelly roll rug. Do you have that available?
Hi, Sorry, I have a video for that here: https://youtu.be/Y8xblarkuBg