I like anyone else in the fabric hoarding and sewing world find it difficult sometimes to keep up with all the stuff that I have. There isn't anything more frustrating than to have everything hanging out of drawers, shelves and in the walk ways....believe me, I have been there!
It's time for another post in my Sewing Room Organization Series. Today we're talking all about tips for keeping your sewing space neat and tidy. I highly recommend checking out the other posts from this series if you haven't already, we've covered a lot of topics over the last few years! Start by Assessing Your Messes It's important to start any cleaning/organization project by determining the problem areas. Everyone is messy in their own unique way, so take some time to think about where…
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Last year, I cleaned out and got rid of most of my fabric stash. (Read about that here). I didn't touch my scraps though. I can't bring myself to get rid of them because someday I'll make a postage stamp quilt or a string quilt or a scrappy something! (Maybe I'll design a quilt meant to use scraps...hmm...) In the ba