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It didn’t take very long for me to figure out The Workroom is THE crafting destination in Toronto. I happened to be there last week visiting my family and quickly started asking local folks which places I needed to check out. I’m so glad I did! The Workroom not only sells a full line of gorgeous fabrics and notions, but they offer sew-by-the-hour work stations. For $7 an hour you can sit down at a machine and work on your project, cut out large pattern pieces on the big cutting island, and get some pointers from the friendly staff including shop owner Karyn Valino. Classes are offered, too, in case you’re looking to learn some new skills.
Check out a few photos here after the jump and a full set over on Flickr. Make sure to bookmark the studio’s blog, too, for a daily source of inspiration.


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  1. kat says:

    I’m in New York. Does anyone know of a craft workspace like this here? There are several craft projects/techniques that I want to try but don’t have the tools or space.

  2. Linda says:

    There is a place in DC like that called Bits of Threads.

  3. BETTE says:

    MAYBE SPACE CRAFT IN BKLYN? NOT SURE.

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