I Totally Found My She Shed – a heavenly spot for crocheting


May 9, 2019 by Robin @ Imperial Crochet

Did you know that for under $5000.00 you can have your very own she shed? Wouldn’t it be fun to fill this little beauty up with all of your favorite yarn and hooks and a comfy chair?

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I found this adorable crochet shed at Amazon!

Lillevilla Escape | 113 SQF Allwood Kit Cabin

It’s a kit that I found on Amazon. I’m sure I’d need some help putting it together but how cool would this be sitting in the backyard?

Unfortunately, I don’t own this… So… I can’t review it for you but a girl can dream, can’t she?

I mean, it’s so cute and at 113 square feet it’s the perfect size for a personal little getaway.

Free shipping too!

What do you think? Would you like a personal place to crochet? Do you already have one? I usually sit on the couch in my living room. I’ve crocheted in the car but I don’t usually do it outside. Where do you crochet?

Share your perfect crochet spot in the comments section. I love hearing from my readers!

11 thoughts on “I Totally Found My She Shed – a heavenly spot for crocheting

  1. tinaor says:

    I would love a craft shed – of course fully insulated with heat for the colder months. It would be mine and mine alone – I could invite friends in but no husband who might not understand the bliss I would be in!

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  2. She Shed sounds wonderful! I borrowed a book from the library on She Sheds and just daydreamed and swooned!


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