Designing and creating a sewing space needs ample preparation, because you don’t just need a sewing space, but you also need a space to put all those materials for your sewing. With a wrong design, you may find yourself in a crowded space and your sewing activity will be distracted. Here we find some top sewing design spaces that will give you a feeling of inner peace and will give you a lot of inspiration.
1. In One Shelf
This shelving system is amazing, from fabric to thread to needles to your machine, everything you need is here. With this shelf system, everything is in order and you will never have that favorite needle again.
2. Modular Unit
If you do other work like needlepoint or knitting or waving, then this shelving unit will help you so much. By using an open bookshelf, you can keep your crafting materials close to you. Lindsey Campbell from Hello Hydrangea uses glass jars to host remnants and baskets to assist her with organizing things.
3. Make a Showroom
Leanne Ford shows us that sewing space is not just about keeping things in order, but it also about showing off your creation. The rooms have plenty of natural light, a rack to display your masterpiece, and a sitting area. Adding a small closet is also a good idea if you have a customer that comes for fitting or for your models.
4. Use the Unused
If you have leftover fabric materials, then you can hang them on the wall for display, or you can frame them and make a gallery. Hanging unused materials, not only will keep the space neat, but sometimes it will help you to get more inspiration.
5. Open Shelf Cubies
Rebecca Atwood’s Studio shows us that keeping your pattern in open shelf cubies or in a drawer is necessary since you only them when you start a new project and keeping them close to you every time isn’t necessary.