The little Green Bean Craft Room Tour

February 11, 2016 62 Comments

The little Green Bean Craft Room Tour

Lately I have been asked by several of you over on instagram to see more of my craft room, so yesterday after finishing a big project and getting my room all clean I took TONS of photos so I could give you a tour! Photo heavy post about to happen here, but I don't want to leave anything out!
I have to tell you that I love this room, and it has be come a family room. My kids are in here with me all of the time. Its wonderful, I love having them in there doing homework, hanging out and helping mom!
 
I am so lucky to have a handy hubby who can make my vision a reality! He is so talented! He tells everyone that we added on to the house just so I could have this room! 
This is my main work area. I just added the computer to my space an I love it!
I call this silhouette central! Both my curio and cameo machines are here. I use them all the time! 
Clear drawers are essential, I need to see whats there or it becomes a forgotten mess! 
Fabric storage and an oversized ironing board! Its 2ft x 6 ft.  
 
My island has a built in space for my sewing machines. The island itself is 4 ft wide by 6 ft long. Its a dream! I use fishers cutting mats, tape them together on the back to keep them all in place! 
Yes, thats my boyfriend, Keith Urban. My little corner of heaven. Don't worry, the hubby is fully aware. :) 
Here is a better shot of my ironing board. I used this adorable fabric by adornit to cover it. Below is all of my bins for fabric scraps. I organize them by color. 
 
1 yard or larger cuts are organized on mini bolts that I make from foam core that is cut down to 7" x 10". I simply wrap and ion in place!  
I have 3 main machines in my room. This is my Juki industrial. It is a straight stitch only machine, but its fast and very heavy duty!  
Have you discovered pleasant home pin bowls yet? They are amazing and work great for pin and I use them for metal machine accessories! 
This is the other side of my room. It is also shipping central! Each bin contains and order and its invoice. Once the order is complete I add the shipping label and my shipping manager (aka the hubs) packages everything and sends it out.  
Everything we need is right here. Boxes, tape, labels etc! It works great!  
 
 
 

More fabric mini bolts, I have a lot. 

Got buttons? 

Sort ribbon in clear jars, by color! I use so much more of what I have since I started this! 

 
 

Office space is essential! I am a huge planner, so a place to sit and think through my week is a huge for me. Its how I GSD (get sh*t done!) 

I don't know how i lived without my DYMO label maker. If you ship a lot, just buy this thing, its amazing!  

 
 
 

A place for everything. Its a must! I can not work in a messy area, keeping everything clean and neat helps me to be more productive! 

 
 
 
 
Use a mug rack to keep twine all organized& at your fingertips!
                              
This bad guy is my industrial serger/overlock machine. Its crazy fast! 
Have you discovered these amazing holders from holster brands? I use them for my glue guns and in the bathroom for my straight iron. They just stick to the counter, they are great! 
Whew! I told you I had a lot of photos! Thanks for sticking with me! 
Over the next few weeks I plan to share some of my GSD tips and tricks, so be sure to stop back! 
 
Have an amazing week!
Missy
 



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Love your room!!! My husband just had our attic finished off so I could have a craft /whatever room. Right now it’s a clean slate and I’m trying to decide the layout. Seeing how your room is laid out has given me several ideas for my room.

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Just have to say I Love your space!
I live in Arkansas but born and raised in Oregon, born in Sweet Home raised in Woodburn, way back in the day! Class of 72’
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Thanks for sharing you gorgeous space , you have given me some great inspiration for my craft room. Mostly those mini bolts, so tired of going through my stacks and having to refold everything. I recently sorted and put in huge ziplock bag according to fabric type and length and that helped. Now onward to your way! Where did you find the foam boards may I ask?

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Thank you for the tour of your room ideas. I’m in the process of rearranging my ‘She All purpose Room’ to be more friendly to me and my different projects.

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Thank you for the studio tour. I have wanted to cover part of my sewing table for a flat ironing surface,which materials did you use,I would love to make one? It is much better than opening an ironing board in my living room because it does not fit in the sewing room and I have to walk back and forth,iron there & sew that side.

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October 23, 2018

Thankyou for a thorough and lovely craft room tour. So much inspiration.

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Wow!!! Your craft room is Awsome. Thank you for sharing. How big is the space? It looks like 2 rooms were combined. I have outgrown my sewing corner and am trying to figure out how much room should be designated for a craft room.

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March 26, 2018

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January 07, 2018

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October 20, 2017

Oh, I love your craft room!!!! We’re going to begin building a new home next year and the bonus room over the garage will be all MINE!! I want to have “stations” for the different crafts that I enjoy. Thank you for sharing your photos! My husband and I are at Starbucks and on our computers across from each other. He thought something was wrong because of how wide eyed and open mouthed I was while looking at your photos. LOL!! I would love to see a drawing of the layout of your room!

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October 15, 2017

Love your craft room. Was wondering g where you got all your shelving? Did u make it. I love the colors too.

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October 08, 2017

This is amazing. I have a wonderful craft room but have been stumped as to how to decorate. You are so inspirational. As a crafter I appreciate that you share. Great job.

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September 29, 2017

I’ve pinned your craft room before but it popped back up again today. I am in love with your space, esp the color scheme since I used the same Adornit fabric line in my baby girl’s nursery. I’m a sucker for any fabric in that line to this day. (She’s 3.5!) thanks for sharing!!

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July 28, 2017

I just found your website through Pinterest!!!! I love it!! I love your craft, sewing & shipping room! I would also like to know where you got the rack and containers for your buttons? Keep up the wonderful blogging!

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April 22, 2017

Hi Missy! this a kind of post I like! I enjoy seeing lots of photos and your work space is really fantastic! For a moment I was thinking ’you have your iron in the bathroom?!" He he! Your post inspires to fix our sewing and working spaces! x Teje

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March 29, 2017

Such an awesome space and obviously you are an awesome crafter. What do you make? Do you have an online shop? I love the shipping area. My space is smaller, but I do have it organized but not much for the shipping spot. A table, but my boxes are often times recycled boxes and are not folded up. Should probably just go with priority boxes. Thanks for sharing.

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March 13, 2017

Your craftroom and organizational skills are amazing! Absolutely love it all!

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February 23, 2017

Love your space. Similar to my setup half room but not As neat and organized yet. Thanks for the great ideas.

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February 17, 2017

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing. Where did you get the button container unit?

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January 22, 2017

Oh my goodness! Thank you for the tour! It looks great. I’ve taken a page from your book in that I try to keep my room organized before going to bed for the night. Start with a clean work space. Looks amazing!

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January 17, 2017

Absolutely in AWE of your room. This is my dream room. You are like me…… many different areas of enjoyment!!!!

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January 01, 2017

Where did you get the button organizer unit w clear bins/drawers? Love your set up! Always looking for ways to be efficient.

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Jeanne

December 29, 2016

Love your work shop it is just. Beautiful

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December 28, 2016

Love your creative space, but I am majorly impressed with your picture with Keith Urban!//////1

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December 05, 2016

Hey, did you buy your tables or have them made? Can you get this from Ikea? What is the thing that looks like a box on the ceiling in the last photo? If you got things at Ikea, could you specify exactly what you got, and how many, please? My room looks like it is a similar configuration of half of the room past the colorful shelf, and I can’t figure out how to make it look like yours, lol. thanks.

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November 22, 2016

Your space is great!!!! For me its so difficult to keep it organize. I need some tips on that. You are awesome, thank you for sharing ;)

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Cecille

November 21, 2016

I love your space. Wish I had half this much….but I’m trying to make it work by going vertical and using my closet for storage. Lot of fabric….lol. Thanks for sharing…..totally inspired.

Gayle Temple
Gayle Temple

November 18, 2016

Inspirational! Can’t wait to read more of your tips!

Mona
Mona

November 18, 2016

Beautiful work space! I am in awe of your cutting/sewing table. What an inspiring place to create!

Lyn Sorillo
Lyn Sorillo

November 15, 2016

This is definitely the dream craft room!

Janet
Janet

November 15, 2016

I am gobsmacked, in awe, and extremely jealous. :)

Kim
Kim

November 12, 2016

I love space and you did a really good job thank you for sharing.

Peg Caron
Peg Caron

November 10, 2016

WOW!!!! Your space is truly inspirational and beautiful—thank you for sharing.

Zuladawn Hall
Zuladawn Hall

November 02, 2016

What did you use as padding for the top of your storage units to create your “ironing board”? How tall is the cutting table?

Amy
Amy

October 31, 2016

Great job! What a beautiful space!

Deborah Grounds Sanders
Deborah Grounds Sanders

October 22, 2016

Awesome Space… Exactly what I had invisioned for my new space… Trying to get from my head to my husband’s skills and fabrication is difficult… Now I have your photos as examples!!!!
THANK YOU FOR SHARING….

Michele Sowers
Michele Sowers

October 11, 2016

Amazing space & so organized & efficient. You are so inspiring. Would love to see what you “do”?

Penny Boughman
Penny Boughman

October 10, 2016

I love it wish I had that much space and so organized

Lucie Savoie
Lucie Savoie

August 06, 2016

You have an amazingly huge space with an elaborate setup. I do not have half the space and am just starting make my first quilt. I have been mostly doing crocheting but am recently branching out to try new things.

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