Have you seen the new issue of Where Women Create? I am so excited to be included the magazine, featured in The Art of Organization column!
It was perfect timing when I found out that I was going to be in the magazine – we had just finished a complete revamp of the studio. For a long time we had been thinking about re-organizing our space, which was full of fabric, books and my vintage content collection – providing us with a lot of inspiration, but not a lot of space to work. We really needed a spot where sewing machines could be set up and ready to go, with a cutting table and organized notions.
To organize the new studio, I turned to some of my favorite organizational Indygo Junction patterns. I have amassed a large collection of vintage spools, which I love to keep out as a decorative element. The Micro-Safe Hot Holders pattern has three different sized bowls, which are perfect for my collection.
The Banded Baskets pattern is a must-have when organizing your office. It offers three sizes and I use them everywhere. The largest size holds my magazines, the medium stores fabric and the small size is perfect for protecting my vintage patterns.
When I’m working on a project, I like to keep my materials contained. The Everyday Trays are perfect for this plus the unsnap at the edges and lay flat for easy storage.
The fall issue of Where Women Create, which is on newsstands now, has pictures of my new studio as well as ideas to organize your own sewing room. I want to help you organize your own room and am giving away a copy of Where Women Create as well as the Micro-Safe Hot Holders, Banded Baskets and Everyday Trays pattern! Simply leave a comment below sharing with us how you would use these organizational patterns in your own studio and you will be entered to win! Good luck!
Don’t want to wait to win? Get 20% off your order of any patterns at Indygo Junction. Use code WWC15 at checkout. The code is valid through 10/31/15