Thursday, April 22, 2010

Introducing the “Crafting space” series

Whether it's your hobby or your livelihood, crafting requires space. Some of us are lucky to have a spare room that can be used for crafts, but some of us don’t have this luxury and have to be more creative in getting our crafting space set up, organized, and then cleared out swiftly, when the work is done.
In this exciting series of articles you will get a sneak peak into our crafting rooms! Each week you will be invited to one member’s workplace, where (s)he will tell you a bit about the way it is organized, what things they like about it, what would they like to change, what inspires them and motivates them to work, how they store all their craft supplies (of which we all have way too many!) and how their families cope with their passion – one that can so easily overtake the whole house.
From time to time we may surprise you with just how cosy our workspace can be or impress with our ability to transform a, typical, small Polish apartment into a space that is not only practical but also provides an inspiration for our fellow crafters. Size really does not matter! Sometimes you just need to be slightly more creative!
So sit down, relax, make yourself a cuppa and enjoy this tour into our crafting corners.

Coming next…
…You’re cordially invited to KnitSpinFelt’s crafting space.
Hope to see you there!


  1. Can't wait to see how your workspace looks like! It'll be very interesting! :)

  2. Well... you'll just have to wait and see... My favourite room to work in is .. my garden (on a sunny day of course!)

  3. If it comes to photography, my crafting space is the whole world around me. It's because I love to photograph nature :)
    But when I make jewellery I need to have a table or desk, to put on it my all supplies :)

    I can't wait to read how other PolEtsians arrange their crafting space :)

  4. O, yes I'm waiting too. I want to see your garden! And your "magic machine" to making yarn!!

  5. Sounds great! I don't have much to show - a north facing gloomy room in perpetual mess - but I'll gladly look at yours!


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