Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Sewing Table folds up into Closet




A woman needs her place to craft........and in this house I now have a sewing closet.  Someday, maybe it will turn into a sewing room, but for now this works quite well.  Come take a look.............

It looks just like any ordinary hall closet from the outside.....



But when you open the door, this is what you see. Which still may not seem too useable until....




...you open it all up.  There is my beautiful work space.



A closer view of my nicely labeled craft boxes.



 My shoe organizer turned fabric organizer.




This is my little silverware organizer turned essential tools organizer that I move by my sewing machine.




When I am done sewing, my sewing machine and basket get pushed back onto the shelf in order to put up the extension table.




There you have it, craft-room-in-a-closet.



Melissa

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19 comments:

  1. Good for you, Melissa. How efficient you were and clever to figure it all out, too. Hope all is going well for you and your family--Hi and love to all of them. Iris

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  2. How awesome is that! Now if only I was so organized with all my sewing projects. LOL Love it!

    Jeanna @ dramaqueenseams.blogspot.com

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  3. I would like something that organized!

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  4. This looks awesome! Great job. New follower from Welcome Wednesday.
    Kim
    www.thesasselife.com

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  5. This is such a clever idea! I would love a sewing/craft closet.

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  6. that's awesome! what a great space saver and craft area!

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  7. What a great use of space! Awesome!

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  8. Very cool and efficient Idea Melissa. TRust you guys are doin g well.

    Ramsie

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  9. I am so impressed. I never would have thought of using a closet that way!
    Eilis
    my-heart-lives-here.blogspot.com

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  10. I want this! Is there a link or information you could give about the table and how it folds up? I'd really really appreciate it! This is GREAT! Thank you!!

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    1. Mom23, if you get me your email address- go to my contact button on the top of the page-I will try to get you some more information on this table. :0)

      Melissa

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