As one of my dreams is to be the fly on the wall, just to see other peoples homes, the way they live and most of all to see where they do their magic. So I asked my group members to share their craft rooms with me and well, you :) Here we go!
Living in a small apartment in Helsinki may create problems in keeping up a small crafting business, but good storage solutions help.
My yarns are stored in bags in the closet, other supplies are kept in drawers and boxes and the coffe table is covered with colorful creations every evening.
Here's Alba, from MadeOfSundays! Alba makes very cute wall decals and stickers.
"I combine Made of Sundays work with my projects as a graphic design freelancer.
Here's Yini, from Kotona. This is where she creates her handmade bath acessories and home decor.
Last is the make shift photo area. It is a small kitchen caddy which I pull closer to the window when I need to take pictures. This window is southwest facing so it doesn't get hit by direct sun in the day time.
"I work from a room in a tiny student apartment I share with my husband and our cat.
The extra room we have is a combination of a guest room, a storage room for our small record label and my craft space.
The long white table is my favorite piece of furniture as it works as a working surface, supply storage space and photography studio at the same time.
I also use a vintage table-type Singer sewing machine I got from my mother-in-law (not shown in the pictures unfortunately).
It's not a big space, but I'm really happy to have it as it inspires me to create.
ColorfulSimone and SEscarves.
"Here is my studio! I paint my scarves on one high table in the kitchen :) And that`s it.
Since I just got a new doll and I want to show her off here's the most recent picture of my favorite work place.Virginia, the new girl in the one on the right.
I hope you enjoyed this little tour on some of my most favorite crafters' magical places!!