In my quest to keep my newly made over sewing space clean and organized, I recently discovered a small little product that will help me do just that. The Gypsy Bitty Buddy, a collapsible little nylon trash can you can use in your sewing room or take with you when you go to classes.
With just a few straight lines of stitches you can make this perfect gift for yourself, friends, and family. This is a great project for beginning sewists.
I recently had a milestone birthday (I’m not saying which one) and when my husband asked me what I wanted as a gift, I didn’t ask for diamonds, an ocean cruise, or a new wardrobe…more than anything, I wanted a sewing-room makeover! So I took myself off to IKEA to see what I could find
Moving into a smaller house can be challenging! Here is another one of my ways to get the most out of a small space. I stacked shelf organizers above the long closet shelf to store my fabric stash. Yep, this is all I have!!!
In December we asked you to share your 2012 New Year’s Re-SEW-lutions on our BERNINA USA facebook fanpage, and judging by the wonderful response there are a whole lot of you planning on sewing with a purpose this year. So, without further ado, here are your TOP 10 Re-SEW-lutions!
I just learned a great tip from quilt designer and author Anita Grossman Solomon! Check out her You Tube video and see another wonderful use for those large artificial Christmas tree storage bags.
I’m getting a jump start on my New Year organization with these new, sturdy Isacord thread trays — they happen to fit perfectly in this deep drawer and stack easily as well. The Isacord thread cones snap onto the tray, so it’s easy to lift out without spilling!
I just got this amazing Isacord Thread Tray. My favorite use is for sorting my embroidery threads and keeping them in order while I pick up the tray and take it over to my machine.