Welcome to part 4 of the Studio Tour! You can find part 1 here,  part 2 here, and part 3 here.

We start with the Gigantor shoe display!

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The gigantor shoe display have tons of ‘paper die cutting/embossing’ tools, markers, and ‘stuff’. The wire shelves have wool roving, and other ‘stuff’. Oh, look, that’s where my soldering supplies are (?)…

Allison Rosen Within A Quarter Inch Studio Shots

This is an extra table that I keep compact until a project gets so out of control, and entirely new surface is needed!

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Oh, and in case you thought that was all of the fabric… I keep most of the non-quilting fabric in these bins. It has knits, linens, voiles, felt, wool, and flannels.

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The gigantor is double-sided! I have lots of labeling devices, it seems. Along with wood balls and yet more ‘stuff’.

Allison Rosen Within A Quarter Inch Studio Shots

I do keep my clip-it-up over here – so I took another photo.

Allison Rosen Within A Quarter Inch Studio Shots

Books! Magazines! Patterns! Scrapbooking Paper! Loads of stuff on here.

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Allison Rosen Within A Quarter Inch Studio Shots

Allison Rosen Within A Quarter Inch Studio Shots

Allison Rosen Within A Quarter Inch Studio Shots

These wire baskets are filled with frames I could paint and even put pictures in. 7 Gypsies displays, Tim Holtz Configurations…

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The remnants of my paper-crafting days… Sarah and I definitely keep finding fun stuff to play with in here!

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That same corner of the room, from a vantage point further away.

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We tried hanging up the kids artwork on this wall, but it kept falling off! And then, we didn’t.

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A lovely view of the water heater and the space under the stairs that still needs paint.

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OK – here you can start to see the real divider in the room. The table between the two red poles.

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See? It is in the middle (if by middle you mean my side is bigger) and this is the table I use for fabric auditions, laying out and tracing garment patterns, and the one that gets buried the fastest…

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These are short shelves under the table where I keep ribbons, embroidery stuff, and garment making things like Clappers
and hams.

Allison Rosen Within A Quarter Inch Studio Shots

Allison Rosen Within A Quarter Inch Studio Shots

 

Allison Rosen Within A Quarter Inch Studio Shots

Allison Rosen Within A Quarter Inch Studio Shots

Scrap sorting -I like these Rubbermaid (sterilite?) who knows, rolling bins that are slimmer than I usually see. I sort by color + novelty.

Allison Rosen Within A Quarter Inch Studio Shots

How do you keep your cutting mats flat?

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Project bins.

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Doesn’t every sewing room have cans of ‘OFF’ bug spray?

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Messy! I will get this sorted out one day.

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I made that little putz house.

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Machine embroidery thread.

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Serger supplies.

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And Zippers and snaps!

Whew! You made it!

Don’t forget Part 1 is here and Part 2 is there – in case you missed them!