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Craft Room Update

So over the last year I have been donating or selling craft supplies I haven’t used, I don’t see the need anymore to keep stuff “just incase I need it one day”

This was my last move around, when I paired down not only supplies but furniture too in 2016.

https://aandhcrafts.wordpress.com/2016/07/04/craft-room-change/

Recently I decided the big desk would be better in my office, it’s slightly higher than standard because I have an extra oak top over the original desk and I sometimes find it uncomfortable when filming videos. So I used the opportunity to rearrange the furniture again.

The white desk came from my office the small wooden draws on the floor under desk on the left won’t stay.

Ive bought a 12×48 inch peg board to sit against the wall ontop of the desk and I have hung a few bits and bobs to add a bit of colour.

The vinyl was stored in the Alex 6 draw unit, but I took it out to free up extra draw space, I don’t use a lot of vinyl so I my put this stand on the floor next to the 4×4 unit but I am working on a couple of vinyl projects at the moment so that’s why it’s on my desk.

The set of three draws on the right have everyday supplies, like SNC accessories, adhesive etc.

The set of six draws have my SNC mats, SNC kits extra adhesive, embroidery threads and various embroidery backings etc, and my Janome MC9900 sits on top.

I just need a new white more comfortable chair and I think I will be happy crafting in my rearranged space.

My Juki MO1000 serger is in a different part of the room. It feels more organised and in all the years I’ve lived in this house my desk has never been in this position, so I will see how I get on with the change around.

It took me 5 hours the other night to do this move, but I think it was worth it, I think its good to have a move around from time to time do you?

This is the wall the desk was on.


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This is the wall that the 4×4 unit was on.

This is the oak top desk now in my office.

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