I've been looking around and one of the things I've seen that always interests me is what different artists studio spaces look like. Well, My main workspace and sewing place is the "dine in" section of my kitchen in our little Cape Cod house that was built around 1947 or so. This first photo is a shot of my main sewing table.
This next picture is the wall where I have a lot of my fat quarters of fabric stored. I have more fabric storage in another couple of locations throughout my living room and upstairs in my attic, but becuase I do a lot of scrap style quilts and dolls use smaller cuts of fabric, I buy lots more fat quarters than larger yard cuts so I can have some variety in my stash of fabric to work from. The really big box on the left is my yarn and hair box for my doll making.
The kitchen is larger than normal because a previous owner added onto the house and expanded the kitchen to a normal size that includes an space for a table and such. My husband and I tend to eat at our coffee table and so he has allowed me to take over this area for my "studio" space.
This is a close up of a simple wall angel I made who hangs in my sewing space. She is from a Pamela Hastings pattern I found in the wonderful magazine Cloth Dolls and Animals. My favorite thing about her is the pieced body and bright colors which are so me.