Spring is here, which means that it is time to start cleaning our sewing rooms. Now the thing that you must know about this type of cleaning is that you will be replacing some stuff from the room with a new one to aid you in the proper way.
The process of cleaning is not very long but can take some time depending on just how much the sewing room needs cleaning. Still, we are going to look at some of the important factors of the spring-cleaning.
Take Care of The Fabric Stash
If you happen to have a fabric stash, I will not find that surprising at all. However, the thing that you must know here is that taking care of the fabric stash is something that is very important. It will take some time, especially if there is a lot of fabric to work with but you can actually start donating the ones that you do not need.
Once that is done, you can start buying newer fabric to keep the sewing going.
Take Care of The Scrap Bin
Scrap bins are definitely handy as they allow us to get rid of all the things that we no longer need. However, when you are spring-cleaning, make sure that you take care of the scrap bin because it really happens to be very important. With all the scrap removed, you will not have to worry about anything that could create an issue for you.
So, remove all the scrap from the bin and make room for more in future projects.
Clean The Work In Progress Area
If you like experimenting, then it is safe to say that you might have the work in progress area filled with stuff that you are still working on, or planning to work on. However, that is one of the areas that, in many cases, is always cluttered. I would highly suggest that you clean that area so you can make room for newer projects.
Sort Out The Drawers
Having drawers is great, thanks to the fact that you can literally put whatever in them without worrying about anything. However, the biggest challenge that they pose is that once you start dumping things into them, they become your go-to places to do just that.
The right thing to do in this regard is sorted the drawers out. Remove the things that are not needed.
Dusting And Vacuuming
The last one is perhaps the easiest and most difficult things to do when it comes to spring-cleaning the sewing room and that involves dusting and vacuuming. I know it might sound like a simple thing to do but if there are a lot of things that need moving around, then the process of dusting and vacuuming is going to be dough and is going to take some time as well.
The good thing about this cleaning is that once you get into the flow, things will become easy to handle.