Organizing That Craft Studio, a Possible Resource I Hope!

Blogged under Design Ideas by Tammy on Sunday 22 February 2009 at 10:07 am

I just ordered this special issue from the Interweave magazine, Cloth Paper Scissors. According to the blurb on its web site, “Cloth Paper Scissors brings you a special issue dedicated to creating beautiful, inviting, unique, and functional studios for making collages, quilts, handmade books, and other types of fiber and mixed-media art.”

Here is what looks like the Table of Contents for this issue, again from the web site:

CLUTTER OUT, CREATIVITY IN
With less stuff, you’ll find more inspiration
By Lesley Riley

SPRING CLEANING Tips and products to give your studio a fresh look

FEATURED STUDIOS
Melissa Averinos
Margie Woods Brown
Tim Holtz
Tracie Lyn Huskamp
Yvonne Porcella
Helga Strauss
Carol Taylor

STUDIO VIGNETTES
Featuring the studios of 15 artists

STUDIO ART PROJECTS
Three beautiful ways to contain clutter

ROOM WITH A VIEW
Essay by Leilani Pierson

With shipping, it came to $13, so even if I get just a few good ideas, I think that’s worth the price. It doesn’t come out until Summer 2009, so that means it’s pre-orders only right now. Considering the pace I’m at getting this studio in shape, I think I can wait.

4 Comments »

  1. Comment by Lisa Crone — February 22, 2009 @ 11:12 am

    Wow, dare to dream, I love that studio on the cover!! If only……I had more energy and time!!! Maybe this is when you have to make the decision to make the time and the energy will follow…

  2. Comment by Tammy — February 23, 2009 @ 7:11 am

    I’ve been slowing reorganizing since the summer. I figure I don’t need to be on any specific time table for it, as long as I see some progress. Whenever I do have a break from school, I try to accomplish small goals related to it, and I have seen some progress. It is so much easier to work when you have a well-organized (or in my case semi-organized) space.

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