Rhonda from the Down to Earth blog has been showing her favourite place at her home and has invited readers to do the same, so I thought I would join in!
This is what I call my studio, but in reality is a corner of our second living room. We are very blessed to have two living rooms. It is right next to a large window, which is important because it's a darkish room.
This little space houses my sewing machines, weaving loom and spinning wheel as well as a lot of odds and ends that are regularly used. The less regularly used things are put away in various hidey holes around the house.
What I love about this space is that it's mine! That's not to say that the table is not a dumping ground for all things that "need fixing" (oh, so many!) but generally the space is reserved exclusively for my creative work. It's also a functional and versatile space. I couldn't list the number of things that I do here, but with my love of fibre and textile arts, you can probably use your imagination :)
Yes, I dream of having a larger space or a proper studio one day (there is the issue of where my next loom is going to go!) but I am so grateful to have a dedicated space where I can find what I need and don't have to move things around too much.
I'm looking forward to seeing your favourite spaces too. I must confess, Rhonda's front verandah looks like a dream come true!