Setting Up Your Sewing Space: From Small Areas to Complete Workshops

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Sterling Publishing Company, 1994 - Crafts & Hobbies - 160 pages
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"The first book I've seen that tackles the subject, from tiny cubby holes to complete workshops for multiple sewers. The emphasis is on home sewing solutions, with sample floor plans, photos of rooms that work, and dozens of useful suggestions and guidelines for storage, lighting, table heights, and general efficiency."--Threads Magazine. "Charts and other types of illustrations are clear...a good place to start for folks who can't find a needle in a haystack...or simply on the floor."--Booklist.

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User Review  - Erika - Goodreads

At first glance this book seems outdated from the time when kitchen cabinets and office desk systems were the best solution for sewing space storage. On looking closer there is great information in this book about ways to organize on all levels and tips to sew more efficiently. Read full review

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User Review  - AnnetteMcIntyre - LibraryThing

This book has really helpful ideas on how to set up your work space - but it goes beyond that with suggestions for inventory and how to speed up your sewing. Read full review

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