The quilt room is the smallest bedroom in the house; it's not more than 10 feet by 10 feet, if that. So it's hard to back up enough to get good shots. This is directly across from the doorway.
To the left of the machine: the shelves contain fabric by the yard; labels on the shelves below the stacks tell how long the pieces on those shelves are.
Next left section; more of the same. Cloth bins hold such things as antique blocks and blocks to be embroidered. The Arizona tea tin holds safety pins for basting.
Left again: bins on the shelf hold thread, divided by Hand Quilting and Other; the hanging storage holds a variety of small items; nails on the wall hold a variety of rulers.
Still rotating to the right: we've skipped the door to the room gotta find a use for the virgin territory of the inside of the door: I'm thinking it needs to be covered in flannel for a design wall. Next up is the closet: hanging "shoe compartments" hold a variety of tools and supplies, while hangers hold finished quilt tops awaiting layering, basting and quilting. One of the machine cases on the floor holds my spare sewing machine, while the other holds carrying cases for classes and such. The top shelf holds the Christmas tree out of season and a few tidbits that don't fit elsewhere. Note to the left of the closet another niche where nails in the wall hold a variety of quilting stencils.
These shelves are all cloth bins, filled with 1930 repro fat quarters, sorted by color. In front of the shelves is the big cutting table, in its storage configuration. (This table also has an ironing board cover, to permit pressing large pieces.)
More of the same, and the final shot of the rotation. Laundry basket on the top shelf holds the feedsacks and vintage fabric stash.