you have a closet, laundry room, a corner of the family room, a
spare bedroom, or even the attic, author Lynette Ranney Black guides
and inspires you with pages of color photos, plus help in finding
room, creating a plan, selecting lighting and cabinets. Learn how to
make the most of whatever space you have. Check out the hundreds of
Some of you might want a private space to escape to. Other of you
want (or need) to integrate your sewing space into family space.
Lynette has ideas for it all...plus information on specialty sewing
that addresses the needs of professional dressmakers (including
bridal and home decorating), quilters, crafters, and teachers.
ideas for spaces large and small...such as this sewing room fit into
a butler's pantry.
You'll also find help planning exactly how to set up your space,
from ergonomically correct heights and distances, to optimum
lighting, colors, and materials.
Download this FREE pdf for
closet organization help. This seven-page document includes help
calculating storage space using a our clothing inventory form, plus
typical dimensions, recommended rod spans, shelving loads, and more.
OH, THOSE CLOSETS! pdf
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HERE'S WHAT SEWING
WORLD MAGAZINE HAS TO SAY ABOUT
DREAM SEWING SPACES:
"Creating the perfect
sewing space requires careful thought and this great title bursts
with ideas for practical and creative ideas ranging from a tiny
corner to a full-size workroom. Every aspect is covered, including
storage solutions, workspace, equipment, lighting, family matters,
and financial considerations. Following an initial questionnaire to
help readers establish their specific needs this accomodates the
inevitable collection of fabric, threads, haberdashery, machines,
and other sewing paraphernalia that is essential to our sewing
happiness. The original version of this book was published in 1996
and whilst tastes and styles in home decor change, the practical
issues still apply and this new edition has been updated to include
new organizations tools, ergonomic techniques, and a focus on
March 2011 Sewing World Magazine, UK