Declutter and Organize Your Sewing Space
In this episode I interview Hannah Gilly, of @knitwithhannah. She runs the YouTube channel Knit With Hannah, designs knitting patterns, offers online courses about knitting, and enthusiastically motivates other knitters!
If you love your creative work but you always seem to find a way to avoid it, put it off until later, do the least-important parts first instead of concentrating on the challenging parts, or generally not get things done all the way to completion,
What do you do with all your materials and tools when you have more than one creative practice? For example, if you enjoy sewing and knitting and you also do some card-making, how do you prioritize your activities and where do you put all your material...
Season 2 Episode 4 of the Declutter and Organize Your Sewing Space podcast is an interview with Melissa Averinos, who talks about decluttering her creative space despite not being a natural-born declutterer.
If you love making clothes, home dec items, or quilts for yourself, you may find it difficult to declutter your me-made items, especially if they’re of sentimental value to you. But equally, if you’re a prolific sewist or quilter,
In this episode I interview Sarah Ashford of Sarah Ashford Studio, a modern quilter who creates quilt patterns for magazines and other publications, writes about quilts and quilting, works with British fabric companies to test out their fabrics,
This episode is all about organizing your fabric – after you’ve fully decluttered, of course! (If you haven’t quite finished decluttering, please go back and listen to Season 1 first.) I talk about the different ways of categorizing your fabric,
The last episode of Season 1 includes a recap of what we’ve done so far to declutter your sewing space, a few words about the Sense of Duty mindset issue as it relates to the holiday season, and information on how you can contribute to the ‘Declutter a...
In this episode I interview Margaret Metcalfe, Oxfordshire Coordinator for Project Linus UK, about making quilts for children in distress – something that may appeal to those who want to use up their stash!
This episode walks you through the basic steps of decluttering, including bringing all your items together, grouping them by type, setting up your logistics, getting your no-longer needed items out the door, and organizing the rest!