This week Thread Theory Designs Inc. moved across the city to join us in a new home just begging to be decorated! I've compiled a Pinterest gallery of drool-worthy sewing rooms that I hope to glean ideas from for the new office/sewing space. [caption id="attachment_507" align="aligncenter" width="611"] Meg of Made By Meg's prettily framed sewing samples.[/caption] Meg, over at Made By Meg has come up with a great way of displaying sewing samples. I've compiled a huge binder of them over the last year of construction classes so am contemplating putting the ones I use most up on my wall in a similar manner. Meg's space looks so pretty and personalized! Tasia, of the indie pattern company Sewaholic, has made great use of Ikea's Expedit cabinet. I love how her patterns fit so perfectly in them...I can't wait until the day when I can have an Expedit of my own filled with prettily packaged Thread Theory patterns! [caption id="attachment_506" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Tasia of Sewaholic's organized Expedit.[/caption] Aside from moving and unpacking since last Friday, we have been busy refreshing various websites in eager anticipation of new comments about Thread Theory Designs Inc...we're both a little giddy with the unexpected and sudden attention our company has received in the sewing world of late! Thank you to House of Pinheiro for featuring us in a blog post last Saturday (April 27th). We were very excited this week by all the views generated for our pattern store stemming from their blog post! Also, we found Thread Theory mentioned on Pattern Review...we're so glad that news is spreading like wild fire across the sewing corner of the internet just in time for the Newcastle Cardigan pattern release on May 15th! Do you have any sewing room decor or organizing tips to share? I can't wait to get my room in ship-shape!