Crafty Sewing Shacks and Quilting Sheds

The Sewing Shack By Jules Holgate

 

This “she shed” or sewing shack, designed by Jules Holgate is a crafter’s oasis at home…

Jules Holgate designed the Sewing Shack as a bright and airy, yet practical creative space for the avid crafter. Inspired by garden flowers such as daisies, the color palette used consists of lemon, white and green to create a peaceful studio space in which to relax and enjoy. Jules included lots of natural light that is essential for needlepoint, hand sewing, and embroidery work. Jules also wanted to include practical storage solutions to ensure the sewing shack stays uncluttered.

After several years working in marketing and events, Jules Holgate recently decided to take a career break to further her skills and follow her passion for design. She is currently studying an MA Interior Design course at the University of Central Lancashire, with a focus on reinterpreting vintage products for entertainment and educational purposes.

More Sewing Shack Info:

  1. For more tips and advice on creating your own sewing shack visit #GrandShedProject sponsored by AXA Insurance.
  2. Want a step-by-step DIY to convert your garden shed to a craft studio?  Check out Instructables Garden Shed to Craft Studio by Kscraftshack

 

 

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Arrow Suzi Storage Sidekick in White Model 801

from: Sewingmachinesplus, Inc.

Leah Day Building the Crafty Cottage: Converting a Shed into a Creative, Craft Room:

In March 2015 Leah Day, a professional quilter, chose a small pre-built shed created by Old Hickory Buildings and had it delivered to her beautiful wooded back yard. See how Leah converted this pre-built shed into a fully finished and beautiful creative quilting space:

Learn how Leah Day turned a pre-built shed into a beautiful craft room and how this space worked through an entire year:

 

 

 

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Arrow Pixie 98602 Cutting Table

from: Sewingmachinesplus, Inc.

More sewing spaces featured at SWN:
Beautiful Sewing Spaces
Beautiful Sewing Spaces

 

Also see The Sewing Room channel at SWN, a place to discuss and inquire about sewing room furniture, organization, layout, and ways to make your own tables and storage centers…