Craft Room Tours
Explore the craft rooms, studios & kitchens of crafters to see where they work and how they organise their supplies
Come behind the scenes at A Few Scraps for a #CraftRoomTour and see Christina's sewing room in Portland.
I like that it makes use of space in my house without taking up a bedroom.
Come behind the scenes at Stampin' Up! for a #CraftRoomTour and see Sue's studio in Blaine, Minnesota.
The natural light from the sliding glass door, which leads out to a patio and the back yard. I enjoy the changing seasons while I'm outside on the patio or inside my studio.
Come behind the scenes at The Beading Gem for a #CraftRoomTour and see Pearl's studios in Ontario, Canada.
This is the first time I have a dedicated studio for jewelry making and crafts. All my favorite and heavily used tools and supplies are in one place and within easy reach - chairs with wheels also help. I have more than one work areas - my main work desk as well as a nearby photography set up for taking pictures of my work and step by step tutorials.
Come behind the scenes at Small World Land for a #CraftRoomTour and see Corinne's corner studio in her living room in Chicago.
My space is tiny and limited, but I am so grateful to have carved out a little corner in my home so I can work and make things. After attempting to create in my dark basement, I am grateful for the sunlight and life around me working upstairs!
Join us for a #CraftRoomTour of Elizabeth Moad's craft room.
I like the fact that the space is small so most things I need are in arms reach or just a step away! I can sit at my desk and if I need an embellishment I just swivel the chair around and look in the drawers behind me. This sounds pretty lazy but actually it means there is no interruption when designing a project and the flow is continued without getting up from the desk.
Come behind the scenes at Little Black Dog in SA for a #KnittingNookTour and see Joey's knitting & crafty room in Johannesburg, South Africa.
I love having this room to relax in and get creative. It has a lovely big window that looks out over the garden, where the wild birds come to feed every day. The room gets lovely morning sun, and is the perfect reason to make tea and go and sit in there with a crafty magazine while I start my day. There is enough space in there for Miekie (the little black dog) to join me any time.
Come behind the scenes at Shirley and Eadie for #KnittingNookTour and see Ashlyn's creative space in Baton Rouge.
The natural light and openness of it. It’s located right off of our living room with glass French doors opening into the living room. Half of the room is my husband’s work space, so if I decide to stitch from the couch and binge Netflix we can still be close to one another if he’s working and vice versa.
Come behind the scenes at FehrTrade for a #CraftRoomTour and see Melissa's sewing cave in London.
First and foremost, I love that it's a space that's entirely mine - I can leave projects out midway through and I know they won't get moved or spilled on, and everything is right where I left it. I'm a very organised person and I like to know where everything is, so that when I'm mid-flow, I can just grab the supplies I need without having to hunt or dig through piles!
Come behind the scenes at Homemade @ My Place for a #KnittingNookTour and see Alessandra's craft room in Maputo, Mozambique.
I really love the big windows, which allow the natural light to light up the room, especially in the afternoon!
Join us for a #CraftRoomTour of Annya Marttinden's illustration & printing studio in Ontario, Canada.
Definitely the long window sills that let a ton of natural light pour in throughout the day. My ceiling is pretty high since it is an apartment on the top floor. My second favourite thing about my space is the furniture. My desk has drawers where I can perfectly fit Etsy products such as bookmarks, stickers and postcards. In my experience it is very rare to find a wooden desk with drawers and compartments for art supplies. Another fantastic feature to my desk is it is on two levels where I can put my iMac higher than the space that I am working with my hands which helps a TON with posture so that I am not craning my neck downwards all of the time.