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Organizing a Craft Room:
I'm a life-long crafter, hobbyist and artist. I'm always willing to try a new craft or start a new project. I think I've tried them all, carving, macrame, knitting, sewing, embroidery, needlepoint, scrapbooking, oil on canvas, even acrylics on rocks and garden edgers! My greatest joy, even as a child, was sketching, coloring or doing something creative with my heart and hands.
If, like me, you enjoy the creative process, then you know that the area dedicated to your hobbies, crafts and art can easily become cluttered and messy. I know many subscribe to the theory "a cluttered area is the sign of a creative mind," to which I say "Baloney!!"
Clutter of any kind makes it hard to be imaginative. If mess and disorganization has taken over, you can find yourself tense, frustrated, without space to work. You may also find that you have a lot of unfinished projects and your favorite tools become lost. You wind up wasting money buying more items to replace the ones you can't find and/or stop being creative altogether.
This page will provide you with the steps for organizing a craft room. You will be able to get your craft, hobby, art area in tip-top shape.
In addition, I will be searching for helpful organizing items related to your specific hobby, craft or art medium. Check back regularly for additional information or simply subscribe to my RSS feed by clicking on the lavender bar to the left. You'll be notified when new information is available!
Here are the steps that you need to take for organizing a craft room:
Organizing a craft room can take time, but the results will far outweigh the time and/or money spent.
Now that you're finished, enjoy the fruits of all that hard work.
Now go out there and create something wonderful!
Go to: organizing fabrics,
Go to: sewers organizer pattern. You can alter it to use it for knitting or crochet projects as well.
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