Today, I have a guest on my blog! I’d like to introduce you to Annabelle Short. She is a writer, mom and craft lover (my kind of gal). She also works with Wunderlabel, and she has come up with some great ideas for making the most out of your sewing space. Take it away, Annabelle.
14 Steps to the Perfect Sewing Space
As a student, you probably heard several times that you should not study with your phone next to you. Or, you should not study with the television turned on – even if you think you can multitask. Or, maybe you were always told that you shouldn’t study in bed with headphones on.
The idea behind adults always telling you that you shouldn’t do those things while studying is because those factors do not create an environment that is conducive for learning…
They can act as distractions, therefore hindering your ability to focus and your ability to learn the new material.
Well, it only makes sense that the same goes for crafting, right?
Sure, you might be able to sew your new personally designed labels on while watching television and lying in bed, but that is probably not where or when you will do some of your best work.
Your best work will happen in a space that is conducive for creativity – the perfect sewing space.
One of the key components to the perfect sewing space is an idea board. As you begin to brainstorm ideas for your next project or things you would like to try, it is easy to forget a few of your ideas or where you got them from.
Jotting down your ideas as you think of them not only helps you remember, but it can also foster even more creativity. Writing things down and seeing the idea on paper might bring up other ideas or ways you could improve that idea.
Keep reading to find out the remaining 13 steps to creating the perfect sewing space, an infographic designed by Wunderlabel.