Sewing in borrowed space and small time pockets

For much of my sewing lifespan I had to work in small “borrowed” spaces and “found” time. I totally understand how time and space limitations can interfere with a desire to sew.

When space is precious, a solution can be fold up furniture with wheels, cabinets with doors, and labeled bins. Hideaway sewing tables and ironing boards are great for a tuck away system. Mini projects are the practical choices for a stitcher with limited space.

Sewing can eventually explode into a huge cache of supplies and storage issues. Being able to quickly and easily find tools and supplies keeps the enjoyment of sewing at a steady. Labeled bins and ziplock bags can give everything a logical home and keep the challenge of finding a tool or notion at a minimum.

Do you have any tricks or suggestions for sewing in a small space?

Currently I am in the midst of juggling bits of projects. Chaos surrounds me. This blog is making me long to tame my studio! Bye!

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When I learned to sew, I was totally hooked! My mission is to provide sewing projects that are easy enough for anyone to learn or to practice sewing... Let us know if its working!

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