Oops! I really meant to keep up with the blogging end of this month of daily creating.... And now the month is almost over! At times I've found it really hard to sneak in even 15 minutes of sewing (and often feel that I should have made it 15 minutes of housework a day). Other days, just getting started has led to hours of stitching. Sometimes I've just worked on "creating" a more organized, functional, and attractive sewing space, and sometimes I've worked on a couple of special projects that I'm not able to share just now. And then there's the wedding planning....
The wedding colors are gray and yellow and white, and I'm still collecting fabrics. A few of these yellows actually read as fairly orange in this photo.
I've been gathering pictures of sewing studio inspiration on Pinterest and am carefully considering creative and functional ways of storing fabric. Of course, this often starts with folding fabric properly. Yesterday I came across this post by Jeni, with videos of fabric folding, which inspired me to give it a try.
So these piles
became these stacks.
I love it because all of the different sized cuts of fabric are folded into the same size/shape.
This is the best folding I've even done, if I do say so myself.
How do you fold/store your fabric?
Tonight I put the finishing stitches on this Bee Hexed In block for Brooke (april two eighty).
Hope you like it, Brooke!
With wishes, true and kind -- Joan