Visiting another sewer’s studio is like looking into a magician’s bag. You get to see just how the magic happens. When you investigate a creative environment, though, discovering the methods isn’t disenchanting. It’s a chance to put new ideas to work for yourself. Here’s a look at the spaces where Threads‘ authors Katrina Walker, Angela Wolf, and Christine Jonson create.
These environments, developed over years of trial and error, balance efficiency with enthusiasm, and organization with inspiration. You’ll see that while it’s wonderful to have space, it’s important to plan a workflow for efficient sewing. You, too, can develop a personal organization system. You don’t have to go with traditional storage but can invent or discover solutions. These studios reflect the evolution of the sewer and provide answers to make your sewing space, large or small, a better fit. Find out what will work for your space in this article of Threads #159.