With a video from Thoughtful Creativity
An organized and functional sewing space is key to more productive sewing. Is your sewing room seemingly dysfunctional or just a huge mess that you find very stressful? Alisa Shay from Thoughtful Creativity shares her best eight tips for a more organized sewing studio! Watch and learn how to utilize existing closet space and inexpensive storage solutions.
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7 More Tips for Sewing Room Organization:
Organizing a sewing room can be a challenge, especially if you have a lot of fabric, supplies, and equipment. Here are a seven more tips for organizing your sewing room:
Start with a clean slate: Begin by removing everything from your sewing room and giving it a deep clean. This will help you start with a fresh and organized space.
Create zones: Divide your sewing room into different zones, such as a cutting table, sewing machine area, and storage space. This will help you keep your supplies and equipment organized and easily accessible.
Use storage solutions: Invest in storage solutions that will help you keep your supplies and equipment organized. This can include shelves, bins, baskets, and drawers.
Label everything: Labeling your storage containers, drawers, and shelves can help you easily find what you need when you need it.
Prioritize easy access: Keep the supplies and equipment that you use most frequently within easy reach. This will save you time and frustration when you're in the middle of a project.
Declutter regularly: Go through your fabric, supplies, and equipment regularly and get rid of anything that you no longer need or use. This will help keep your sewing room clutter-free and organized.
Keep your work surface clear: Make it a habit to clear your work surface after every project. This will help you stay organized and focused, and ensure that you have enough space to work on your next project.
By following these tips, you can create an organized and functional sewing room that will make your sewing projects much more enjoyable and efficient.