Offering numerous ideas to help save sewing enthusiasts time and money, this reference features architectural drawings, organization and storage ideas, and plans to optimize ergonomics. Special attention is also paid to lighting and shelving to increase accessibility and ease use of space, as well as energy-saving options. Including 25 floor plans that are compatible for a range of budgets, this updated edition, which features new information on green living and sustainable products, will delight homemakers and professional seamsters alike.
Topics: Organization, Crafts, Home Improvement, Interior Decorating, and Quilting
Published: Palmer Pletsch Publishing an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on Apr 19, 2010
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A seriously well-thought out book with lots of great ideas! I was looking for inspiration and practical tips for my new craft room, and I really found this book very useful in the planning phase. The author has taken a very holistic, thorough and realistic look at what goes into a craft room. Technically, the language is very clear, and the frequent use of floor plans and photos makes it easy to visualise the finished result. Thanks for a great book and some great ideas!more
This book has great ideas! The suggestions on table and chair height are particularly helpful. Many of the suggestions are, as the title suggests, "dream sewing spaces" -- what you'd get if you had an unlimited sewing/decorating budget. However, they are fun to look at, and you can glean ideas from them. A variety of styles -- from white, ultramodern designs to rooms furnished almost entirely with antiques -- are portrayed, so you can see just how many options there are in sewing room decoration and organization. Several of the rooms pictured belong to ladies who are well-known in the sewing world.more
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