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Inspiration: More Sewing Room Jealousy!

Yup, you caught me.
I couldn't resist finding more sewing spaces to fall in love with.
But who doesn't love more inspiration?!
Check out this lovely spaces:
A space that is a little unorganized can be gorgeous in a sewer's eyes.
So don't be afraid to show it off! A sewing well used is admirable.
 Your sewing space doesn't need to be huge to be a wonderful space.
If only my space could be this clean!
This sewing room is from Sydney Davis.
I love the use of clipboards in this sewing studio!
Look how modern and chic this space is!

Don't forget to send us pictures of your sewing space to fabricmartblog@gmail.com.
Please submit them by August 31st, 2012 so we can show your space off on our Facebook.
Take a look at the album here: Sewing Room Inspiration from Our Fans.

I am loving all of your wonderful spaces!
Keep sending! - Kaitlin

Comments

  1. I'll put up a photo of my sewing room for your post....over at www.cabinfever228.blogspot.com

    Mel's Design

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  2. We are right in the middle of our sewing studio rearrangement! We will post pictures as soon as it's done!!! So glad you decided to do this blog!

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  3. My studio has been under construction for the past few months . So happy it is done and ready to go .

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