Some of the bloggers have the most fantastic hobby rooms - decorated so cute. Unfortunately, my room is more functional and definitely lacks that cozy, cottage cuteness many other bloggers rooms have. This is my craft/sewing room in one of its clean stages. It seldom looks as good as this. Usually the tables are fill of stuff. This area is one of three finished areas in our basement. My craft/sewing room doesn't have a window. We are very glad we have areas for our hobbies. My hubby has the finished room to the left of the photo. When I was working (before I retired) my hubby's room was our combined office - split into two sections one for our home office and the other for my teleworker (work-at-home) office.
You can see my hubby's hobby room through the door to the left and through the pass-through window. My craft/sewing room is where I make my banners. I purchased a Cricut personal cutting machine on discount (50%) at Michael's last year. It is a neat machine and easy to use. I try to buy additional discs (with different fonts and shapes etc.) when they go on sale.
This is one of my sewing machines. In the early 1980s I traded my Singer machine (college graduation gift from my parents) in for this "New Home" (now called "Janone") at the time a 3rd generation computer machine. That was a BIG deal back then - I know that's hard to believe with all the fantastic computerized embroidery machines out there now. My "New Home" still sews beautiful. I didn't take a photo of the opposite wall that has my paternal grandmother's 1940s Singer sewing machine and my Viking serger. I got the serger a few years ago - took some lessons - and haven't touch it since.
Hubby put up these nice shelves for my books and magazines. It's full now.
I hope you enjoyed the tour of my craft/sewing room. Do you have a special place for your hobbies?