I have added a few more techniques to my jewelry design, but more on that soon...
I am also blessed that I don't have to shuttle my creations to and from the dining room table or carve out a teeny tiny corner for myself. Since becoming a solo house occupant again, I have been able to dedicate not one, but two rooms to the things I love.
|My jewelry work bench. Behind me is the drill press/flexible shaft.|
The vice is on the right and the bench pin on the left.
|The shipping area. Also where I keep catalogs and magazines.|
|For painting, general crafts, drawing, and gift wrapping.|
|I used to work in beads and still have a ton on hand. This is also where|
I keep chemicals, patina agents, and safety equipment.
|I love this space too. I use it for cutting both fabric and paper,|
doing decoupage, and other things that need more space.
It is right next to a window and makes me smile.
|My trusty Singer Featherweight. I love it. It sits parallel to me credenza which|
houses office supplies and my printer. And my crazy aloe plant...
I reupholstered a drum throne as my sewing stool (watch for an upcoming
|Next to my machine, I have fabric storage. Scraps are sorted by color|
in the shoe boxes and larger pieces are sorted by fabric type.