Quilt blog entries Tagged as 'Sewing Workspace'
Behind the Scenes , fun , Sewing Workspace 21 Comments »
My name is Debbie and I work at the "happiest place on earth". No, it’s not Disneyland, but we have a lot of characters with many hats and have fun doing our jobs just the same. I have worked for Crafts Americana Group for over 10 years now. I was first employed as a Customer Service Representative for four years before moving on to Connecting Threads. I couldn’t believe that I got the opportunity to work and get paid doing what I loved: sewing and quilting!
fun , Sewing Workspace , staff projects 22 Comments »
This week's tip is a great one. Everyone seems to have an old plastic shoe hanger laying around. Shoe hangers are one of those household products that always seem like a good idea at the time, but then when you get home and try it out, it proves to be more trouble than it's worth. Especially if you buy the cheapest kind that has the clear plastic on the front. The good news is: if you are one of the people who have tried and failed to make your shoe hanger work, there's an alternative use for it that works so well for organizing your quilt projects!
fun , news , Sewing Workspace , staff projects 10 Comments »
This week's tip is so easy, and really fun to do!
Customer suggestion: Take some empty soup cans, paint them your favorite color, and hang on the wall for easily accessible storage.