Written by: Justin Lawrence
Do you want to create the perfect sewing room?
This is the fourth of eight steps.
Keep the Essentials Nearby
If you are going to be sewing, you don’t want to have to run across the room to pick up essential items. They should all be within reach while sitting at the sewing machine. This is why most end up buying in a separate metal box, which can be set up nearby on a stand or on a shelf.
You should also do the same for your sewing guides/books. Keep everything on a separate shelf that’s within reach.
Also keep the manuals for your sewing machine and overlocker with all your sewing books, close by your machine. You can easily refer to them when you want to rethread your overlocker, or double check you’ve setup everything to sew a buttonhole.
For a quick money saving tip, the team from Direct Appliance Rentals explain you don’t have to purchase everything yourself. They explain “if your sewing plans aren’t long-term, consider renting larger items like furniture to keep costs low. This means you can spend more on quality sewing resources. With less hassle and time spent searching, you can focus your energy on your craft instead.”
You should have these guides in a safe spot, so you are not left in a tough spot. This is something people end up not knowing what to do or how to manage the situation while planning.