A peek into my shop…

This year Etsy opened up an About page for every shop!

It’s a space where each shop owner can go into greater detail about their process, inspiration, and work space, and I love that idea! So I’ve been very excited to update my own and this week I put the finishing touches on it! I’m so pleased with how the page turned out that I thought I’d share it with you. There’s only space for five photos on there, so the extras here are just for you. Enjoy!

First stop is the sewing station {above} where all of my products come to life. Bess is my trusty sewing machine, always ready for more work and easy to run. It’s smooth sailing when we’re working together…most of the time.

Also in my shop space is Ryan’s Grandmother’s old sewing machine / my packing station. I stitch all of my packages shut to avoid all of that obnoxious packing tape {photos of my packages here!} so having two machines is a real help.

With every order I tuck three snapshots inside. They’re all freshly printed from this station, but some of them are photos taken of my family throughout the years. The rest are little moments that I couldn’t stand to see disappear.

More photos of the room itself later! Thanks for visiting.

xx.

11 thoughts on “A peek into my shop…

    • Jeeze, Julia! says:

      Ha! You have no idea. The surfaces are clean because that’s where I work, but I still have lots of things stacked up in the corners, under the cutting table, and under the ironing board. I’ll do a full studio tour when I have the time to clean it all up properly and I can show the room in one full shot!

      xx.

  1. Carl V. says:

    I love this idea and am glad they are doing it. I don’t know about everyone else, but I LOVE to see the spaces where folks create. Its inspiring. And your place is GREAT! The old scale is great, I’ve collected a few myself recently.

    • Jeeze, Julia! says:

      I know, I really get so much out of seeing others’ work spaces. It encourages me to make things of my own!

      xx.

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