Yes, I have a well-organised and spacious sewing room. I don't spend much time sewing there, though!
I'm fortunate to have this space. My stash is there, as is my sewing machine and cutting table. All my quilting
magazines and books are stored there and there is a flannelette design sheet on the end wall.
So why don’t I spend more time creating in that room?
it depends on what I am doing. Dreaming, thinking and sketching can be done any place, any time. I have a notebook in which I jot down ideas for articles and draw wildly inaccurate layout diagrams for future designs.
I like clearing things out of my head onto paper, not into a computer program.
The sewing room is where I cut fabric strips, but cutting around
templates usually gets done at the dining table or in front of the television.
usually do hand sewing and quilting while sitting in my ‘sewing chair’ – a comfortable, high-backed cane chair that is near a window.
I don't sew by machine much but, since my machine is housed in a portable table, I sometimes
move it out of my sewing room. It's the perfect companion for watching television.
Being adaptable is my sewing philosophy. I never understood why I should restrict myself to sewing in a single room when there is a complete house full of places to be used!
What about you? Do you sew all over the house?