My corner of the world

May 22, 2011 at 7:03 pm 1 comment

The new Lotta Jansdotter book is great for the voyeur in all of us – it’s a peek into the work studios of 24 artists in Brooklyn, Stockholm and Tokyo.

This is Chinatsu Koyama’s storage corner – it’s reassuring to know that other people have piles of fabric lying around too!

I’ve always thought it would be cool to store fabric in vintage suitcases – like Anna Bonnevier – but where would I put them all?!

Cilla Ramnek is very organised and I love her use of bright colour.

And this is my little sewing space… I store all my sewing patterns in a vintage 60s bookcase and am building up quite a stash of fabric in the red bookcase – my vintage fabric is stored on rolls inside my wardrobe.

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