Few of us have an entire room devoted to crafting or home projects, but Martha's attic crafts room is inspirational in both style and efficiency (of course). In addition to Martha Stewart: Crafts, this glimpse at the real crafting space brings whole new meaning to the word "organization":
Martha uses glass jars to store spools of colored waxed-linen twine, a basic acrylic box to dispense seam binding, and small galvanized buckets to hold colored pencils.
Slice-and-fit acrylic dividers keep scissors and other small tools in order. A graduated spice rack organizes the many jars of glitter.
Martha's sewing machine is hooked up to a computer, which reads a CD-ROM of patterns that she purchased and translates them into thread, as on this set of napkins.
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