Yes! Right now I have supplies for the following hobbies....
- scrapbooking (very VERY behind)
- rubber stamping
Also we are getting into....
- gardening (bought our house from an avid gardener - trying to at least maintain things, would like to to veggies in the future)
- interior painting/minor home renovations as needed
With the first four, I thought I would get rid of the rubber stamping stuff because I enjoy the others more and feel like the end product isn't as practical/useful. It is mostly still sitting there. I gave a few stamps to friends who really loved particular items. But now I am realizing that buying cards can also be costly - so I am thinking of keeping some supplies around after all.
Crochet takes up the least space as I never keep much of a yarn stash around. It is the best portable craft too. The Sewing stuff will stay as I want to make curtains for the house, dresses for DD and diapers for future babies. I enjoy making simple quilts/blankets too. The scrapbooking - eh - it's fun but I think I will go the Snapfish memory book route in the near future.
My big thing right now is that I just don't do any of it. A large part of the problem is that when we moved here last fall, I decided to store that stuff in the second closet of our master bedroom. The problem is that the best time for me to do crafts is after DD (19 months) is in bed for the evening - in our bedroom. I can't get to the supplies without disturbing her. We are almost finished painting our guestroom and when that is done I am moving the craft stuff to that closet - and setting the card table up for a work space. I'm actually rather excited about it!