For this weeks Top 10 In Craft, It’s all about the amazing craft table ideas to inspire you to create your own.
The saying goes, “A person is as only as good as their tools,” which is indeed not true, but it helps to have great tools. An inspiring place to create is one of the most important ones!
We’ve collected some of the most amazing and inspiring craft table setups for you to feast your eyes on.
But first, a crafting update from me…
On My Needles
I finally finished knitting my daughter’s scarf!
I’m hoping that it will be softer after washing it by hand. (Not in the washing machine! Like last time. Oops.)
When it’s wet, I will block it.
For those of you who have joined me for the first time, the knit stitch is Crest of the Wave.
There are still ends to sew in, which shouldn’t take too long.
I have decided on my next knitting project and will talk more about that next week 🙂
Crafty Tools – Making Your Everyday Better
Now October is here; you may be thinking about knitting a sweater for the colder months.
Whenever I think of knitted sweaters, I am reminded of the time my Mum, and I made one together.
A memory that makes me giggle, as our tensions were completely different!
The sleeve she made was at least 2 inches longer than the one I did 🙂
So, if you’ve got a few projects in mind… Knitpicks have 10% off when buying 10 or more balls of selected wool at the moment.
This Week’s Top 10 in Craft – Craft Table
This week it’s all about inspiration for your creative space.
I was encouraged to write about this topic having seen Jennifer McGuire’s introduction video.
Her craft room and organization of her craft supplies is astounding!
After some considerable amount of time searching online, I found all these amazing creative spaces for crafters.
A Knitter, Dyer, Weaver and Spinner’s Creative Space
Felicia Yo of Sweet Georgia Yarns has a gorgeous creative space in an attic!
At one end of her craft table are yarns that she is currently working on, plus a storage area for knitting magazines.
In Felicia’s post, she shares her video tour of the attic.
Clever Ideas For Sewing Spaces
The couple of craft tables in Mandy from Sugar Bee Crafts are a clever use of space.
There is a table where she can stand and cut out materials and another where both her sewing machine and overlocker are permanently set up.
There’s so much color going on!
A Craft Table With Ruffles!
Linda from Craftaholics Anonymous has a burlap ruffled craft table in a little nook of her crafting space.
It looks gorgeous!
Craft and Lifestyle Blogger’s Craft Table Ideas
Cinta’s sewing/craft room has a sewing table and a trestle table for cutting out and craft projects.
The great thing about the trestle table is that it has room to place items underneath.
Home Decor Designer’s Crafting Space
You would expect a Home Decor designer to have a fabulous looking and functional office/craft space.
Diane from In My Own Style has a couple of different tables set up for work related jobs and crafting projects.
Where the Scrapbooking Magic Happens
When you have lots to store, and your craft passion is scrapbooking, find inspiration from Heather Leopard.
Heather shares her ideas for craft tables for scrapbooking and other handy tips.
XXL Cross Stitch Designer’s Workspace
Susanne, a Dutch designer of extra large cross stitch designs.
Her creations on Style and Stitches is amazing!
Creating such big designs, she needs room to be able to make them.
Susanne has a large trestle table where she sits and works.
Amigurumi and Crochet Pattern Designer’s Creative Workspace
Stephanie’s crafting space has room for displaying her Amigurumi designs.
At her glass-topped table, she does all her crocheting and blogging.
Everything she needs at her table is stored underneath the glass and of course, is easily found when needed.
Hand Lettering Designer’s Inspirational Space
The wall of motivational quotes by Hand Lettering Designer Dawn is fab!
The table on which she works is simple and functional.
A Maker’s Incredible Craft Room!
Is this space something you’d love?
Jennifer from Jennifer Maker has spent an incredible amount of time and energy on designing her crafting space.
In her post, she shares her plans and the final reveal.
The craft table that she originally worked at was too small, and she wanted something bigger.
Wow! She certainly got something bigger!
Hope you enjoyed this week’s roundup.
Please share any projects you have on the go, via the comment section below.
Yours in Craftiness Jodie 🙂