At the beginning of the month, I thought I had a good idea about what questions I was going to ask this month. Unfortunately, I didn't write down my second question and I am fumbling a little for what was up for today. :( I think that I just didn't expect some sewing areas to be as well organized as they are. lol
Here is today's question - Is there anything that you can do for or change in your sewing area to encourage your creativity? Something that you saw on someone else's post that you think would work for you? Inspiration that you got from somewhere else?
For me, I know that I need to keep my bedroom side of the room straightened up. When there are clothes and clutter all over the place, I need to get all of that in order before I can really get busy at the ironing board or the sewing machine. Sometimes, there is just too much fabric on my sewing table as well and it really gets in the way and prevents sewing or productivity.
In addition to the cleaning, there area couple of things that I have added that have helped keep things organized. I had no idea that I needed this little 'tool caddy' as much as I have used it and taken to it. Regina sent it to me for Christmas and she must know me too well! lol It has really helped keep all my tools in order and kept that side of my machine clean.
I am now on the lookout for more containers that will help keep things organized with the room change. I have some baskets that will come in handy once they are cleaned out.
The other thing that helps keep me organized is the portable design wall. I couldn't imagine not having it available to me. It keeps blocks that I am working on out of my way and reduces the clutter on my sewing table.
I can't wait to have a full design wall after the room change. I already know which wall it is going to go on!
And once I get the rooms in order, I am going to have to work on the basement where the quilt frame is set up. It definitely needs some order!
Leave your link to your blog post here. You can still go back and answer the last question that is posted here. I will draw a name for the March prize at the end of the month.