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Sewing Room

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At MadamSew you find sewing supplies and notions to make your sewing life a bit easier and a lot more fun. Presser feet, fabrics, novelty and old classic tools...

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Quilting Desk : We recently built a new shop which included a large new area for my wife's quilting activities. My wife has been doing the hobby for years and had finally outgrown the original quilting desk that I built for her. Time for a new quilting desk.The n…

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Ever get tired of wasting your whole sewing session trying to find fabric? And what about all of those scraps? I’ll show you how I have kept my collection neat and tidy for more than 10 years!

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Last year, I cleaned out and got rid of most of my fabric stash. (Read about that here). I didn't touch my scraps though. I can't bring myself to get rid of them because someday I'll make a postage stamp quilt or a string quilt or a scrappy something! (Maybe I'll design a quilt meant to use scraps...hmm...) In the ba

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Top US sewing blog, Flamingo Toes, features some Useful Fabric Storage Organization Ideas. Click here now to see them all!!

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First and foremost, I want to thank everyone for all of the love and support on my last Instagram post about my dad. I have read and re-read the comments many times, and they have truly brought me comfort over the past days. Although I’m not sure that the pain of losing him will ever pass, I try to keep it ever-present in my mind that although he is gone physically, his love is with us forever. I have made it a personal goal to continue his legacy of loyalty, love, and family. A while back, I saw the new Ikea Skadis pegboard while surfing around YouTube. I ran out to buy it but never had time to hang it. Although my crafty mojo has taken a backseat to all that’s transgressed recently, motherhood has not. I spent my Mother’s Day weekend standing in the pouring rain at a weekend soccer tournament away from home. I told my husband that all I wanted for Mother’s Day was for him to hang my pegboard while I was away. And he delivered! Here is the before... a lone cork board: And the after: I LOVE THIS PEGBOARD. It makes me happy to look at it. My board consists of four individual pegboard pieces. If you look closely, you will notice that the holes are not circles, but longer oval shapes. This means that traditional pegboard accessories will not work, but Ikea offers a ton of different and affordable options. I ended up using Ikea hooks, shelves, paper holders (holding my stamping platforms and Fiskars trimmer), and clips. The decorative pieces (i.e., the clock, initial, deer head, flower pots, etc.) were also hung or displayed with the Ikea accessories. Because all of the Ikea accessories are easy to hang and easy to remove, rearranging is a breeze. After doing a lot of fussing and fiddling with the pegboard and making another trip back to Ikea, I have some advice for anyone setting up a pegboard like this: 1. Decide which tools and supplies you want to display on your pegboard, and figure out how you want to organize them. This will give you a general idea of how many shelves, hooks, cups, etc. you will need to buy. 2. Then buy extra. If you’re anything like me, you will end up using more accessories than you think. And if you ever decide to change things up, it is great to have extra pieces on hand. Another tip: buy LOTS of hooks. You can hang almost anything with holes with the hooks. 3. Function over form. Figure out where you want to display your essential supplies and hang them where they are easily accessible and easily removed. Then fill the rest of the board in with decorative pieces if you wish. When I started, I started putting things up willy nilly and ended up taking everything down. Putting the essentials up first made it easy to back-fill with decorative pieces later. I’d love to see your craft rooms as well! Feel free to tag me on Instagram if you post pictures of your crafty space!

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