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 +**How to organize your sewing room**
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 +We’ve always been excited to share about this helpful topic – “How to organize the sewing room”. I know that everyone out there is in need of having their sewing/​quilting space organized and now I’m here with some very helpful and sensible tips for you guys!
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 +Before getting to know about sewing and patterns, I had a lot of difficulties find the **[[https://​www.minds.com/​CraftsSelection|best first sewing machine]]** for myself. We have some useful articles for beginners like you and make sure not to miss it!
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 +If you are doing your stitching project and want your own room organized and clarified smartly for easy browsing for materials – why don’t we talk about having a decent system to arrange your material stash and sewing stuffs?
 +It’s no secret that I really like to feature a replacement material for my home decoration. And since I really like to combine and match materials for my projects, I’m perpetually on the seek for my next favorite pattern which regularly leaves my house with a material stash that I would like to stay organized.
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 +Like other people, I like to keep my material and sewing-related stuffs in a drawer or plastic box that I created in my workplace, however, if you don’t have an inbuilt, there are still such a lot of fun and exquisite ways in which to maintain your material organized and perhaps even show your collection!
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 +All right – here we are more than ready to go!
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 +**Rules 1: Material storage**
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 +Firstly, let’s spend some time for material storage! Just think about the amount of fabric you select once you begin a quilt. Not all the stuffs you buy are used for a specific designer, right? Or you always rummage around for colors? Store your material consistent with the order you employ it! I typically begin a sewing project with a color palette in my mind first, and then I kinda find and organize most of my stash by color.
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 +**Rule 2: Hang your fabric**
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 +One more tip to store your quilting tools and fabric by using hangers. Store them close to your workspace and cutting table. For instance, keep all of your quilting rulers along by hanging them on a bar close to your table so you can reach them whenever you want.
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 +Store scissors, pens/​markers,​ and your presser feet in an organizer (like a plastic box with a lid) close to your stitching table. Keep productive by placing your favorite tools at intervals reach! You can find a lot of amazing containers from IKEA or Amazon.
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 +**Rule 3: Organize scraps by color**
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 +For storing scraps, sorting by color could be a nice resolution. Sorting by size is another good choice. Keep most of your scraps sorted by placing them in a plastic bin on the highest shelf of the rack. Once I want to look for a suitable scrap for project, it’s quite fun and easy to simply get the full bin out and choose a good one. After that, just simply stuff everything back in, click on the lid and place it back on the shelf.
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 +**Rule 4: Once a year, go through all quilting magazines and books** ​
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 +Just try to go through your sewing room and check for magazines, fabric or gift that you’re able to drop off. Giving them out for your friends or anyone in need is a good thing for passing on books and magazines about sewing. I also try to limit my magazines to just one shelf, and books to one shelf. After they begin to overflow, that’s the time I do know to give away some!
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 +You surely have got favorite magazine patterns, however, don’t need to save lots of the full magazine, tear out the pages you would like and store them in page protectors in a very three-ring binder. Don’t make your house a total mess!
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 +I hope that you love this article and be able to find some tips that were helpful to you!
  
sewingmachinebeginner.txt · Last modified: 2018/11/03 07:48 by Alice Wonder