A Gorgeous Zakka Sewing Studio
How gorgeous is this view?! A patchwork project in progress! It’s an absolute nightmare cutting charm squares, in my personal opinion! I’m seriously considering buying one of those Bosch, battery operated rotary cutters I blogged about a few weeks ago. There is so much to look at in this image but I’ve just noticed the gorgeous shade of pink thread on the other side of that little lamb. There are so many fabulous kitschy things in this little sewing studio!
Julie from 33 stitches blog did a great job decorating this little corner of her sewing studio. I just love those embroidery hoops, the fabric is very lovely indeed.
wow, look at that for some fabric storage! I am crazy about that aqua sewing machine! I want one! I also really like the paint job Julie did on that doll’s house.
The doll’s house ‘before’ is on top of the cabinets. I really love the shape of the cabinet doors, they add a rather feminine touch in this cozy little sewing studio don’t you think?
I’ve been concentrating too much on the cabinets and not looking at all the amazing fabric! What a collection! You can see my favourite fabrics on etsy.
Wow! Look at all these Japanese craft books, I’m in complete awe. I would love to look through all of them. I only have about 5 and theyre about papercrafting and gift wrap. I love them and treat myself occaissonally. You can see my favourite craft books on etsy too! I love their collections/pages. I don’t even know what they call them.
Look at all these sewing machines! Theyre fabulous, I love the little singer with the table legs attached. I think I’m going to go and look for an aqua sewing machine!
Look at this! It’s great! Completely hand painted by Julie. What a fabulous makeover, I’m so impressed.
I like the rather kitsch pattern fabric inside that sewing basket and what a collection of threads!
This image is of a lot of threads found at a thrift shop! Visit 33 Stitches blog to see some of her ‘ zakka sewing work or get your hands on a copy of ‘Zakka Style’ sewing book to see one of Julie’s sewing projects, with instructions, and lots of others.