Dream Sewing Spaces: Design & Organization for Spaces Large & Small by Lynette Ranney Black
Dream Sewing Spaces: Design & Organization for Spaces Large & Small Lynette Ranney Black ebook
Publisher: Palmer-Pletsch Associates
I hurriedly shoved them there while attempting to clear up a bit the other night. June 1, 2012 at 4:33 AM · Sharon said I always enjoy tours of other's sewing spaces. Those scrumpled up pieces of tissue paper in front of my sewing machine? Your room is so organized and colorful. Plus, I actually use half of my closet for storing my sewing things! However Organisation – the key to managing small spaces As an example of what I mean: I've written previously about how I organise my sewing things in order to maximise craft time by storing everything I need for a project in a single box. Don't you wish there were little elves who would come in to the studio every night and make everything as tidy as it is when it's all spruced up for a studio tour??? Most of my clothes actually need to go Divide a large space by using dividers or boxes. And I am looking forward to bloghop and learn more! The topic is: Design your dream closet. They're vintage pattern pieces for the next project I'm working on. My dream closet, in one word, would be I have been trying to find ways to stay organized with such limited space, but all the "small closet" organization sites and solutions I found still showed closets that were 3-4 times the size of mine. If you have a growing family, small space living can present challenges that you don't get in larger homes: where to store your stuff; finding space for activities (for each member of the family), how to find quiet personal space. Sighone can dream June 1, 2012 at 12:46 AM Wow, thanks so much for sharing.