4. Use vertical space:
Use wall space to store items such as thread spools, ribbon, or bias tape. You can use pegboards or wall-mounted shelves to store items within easy reach. Again, just remember that having space for your eyes to rest helps eliminate feelings of overwhelm. If your room is filled with so many inspiring images and pretty things on the walls that your brain has to process them each time it enters the room, you could be using *too much* vertical space!
5. Create a cutting and pressing area:
Dedicate an area in your sewing room for cutting and pressing fabric. Keep the cutting mat clear for working, and make a scheduled effort to clear clutter from the pressing board or ironing board before it builds up.
6. Keep your sewing machine in a dedicated space:
Set up your sewing machine in a designated space so it’s ready to use when you are. Consider using a table or desk specifically for your machine, and again periodically reset to make sure the sewing table stays clear for projects and not clutter.
7. Label everything:
Label storage containers, drawers, and shelves so you can easily find what you need without having to open it.
By following these easy tips, you can create an organized and functional sewing room that will make your sewing projects more enjoyable and efficient. And if you are looking for additional support in getting organized once and for all, check out our 1-to-1 organizing services!
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