Love sewing? Need help decluttering and organizing your sewing space? Nadia Arbach of Clear the Decks Professional Decluttering and Organizing (http://clearthedecks.co.uk) is a dedicated quilter and sewist who can help you make the most of your sewing space. Nadia will take you through all the steps to liberate your sewing space from clutter and transform it into an inspiring creative area where your best ideas can evolve!
Interview with Kim Soper
In this interview with Kim Soper – founder of FeelGood Fibers, an online marketplace for secondhand fabrics – Kim tells us about her Declutter to Destash initiative and gives us her best tips for organizing your sewing space and keeping it tidy. Visit FeelGood Fibers at http://feelgoodfibers.com Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/declutterpodcastapple Subscribe […]
What to do about UFOs
In this episode we’re talking about Unfinished Objects, otherwise known as UFOs, and what to do about them: when do we keep them and finish them, and when do we let them go? Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/declutterpodcastapple Subscribe to the podcast on Stitcher: http://bit.ly/declutterpodcaststitcher Listen to the podcast on YouTube: http://bit.ly/declutterpodcastyoutube Music credit:“Cheery Monday”Kevin […]
Top 5 things I've learned in the last 5 years
In this episode I list the top 5 things I’ve learned in the last 5 years, since becoming a professional declutterer serving creative women. Take some inspiration from my stories and take heart that not even professional declutterers are truly tidy sometimes! Buy the Art Bundle 4 Good: http://bit.ly/artbundlenadia Subscribe to the podcast on Apple […]
Season 3 Episode 3 – Interview with Annie Lucas
In this episode I interview Annie Lucas of Start to Stitch. Annie tells us how she keeps her sewing space clear and organized while running a sewing business, and gives us her best organizing tips. Visit Annie’s Start to Stitch website at http://starttostitch.com Join the Kernow Sewcial FB group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/kernowsewcial Subscribe to the podcast on Apple […]
Season 3 Episode 2 – Interview with Heather Stewart
In this episode I interview Heather Stewart, one of my clients. Heather tells us the inspirational story of how she changed her mindset, and as a result, created an incredible transformation in her sewing room. Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/declutterpodcastapple Subscribe to the podcast on Stitcher: http://bit.ly/declutterpodcaststitcher Listen to the podcast on YouTube: http://bit.ly/declutterpodcastyoutube […]
Sewing during the time of Covid-19
It’s the return of the Declutter and Organize Your Sewing Space podcast for Season 3! In this first episode, I talk about sewing during Covid-19 and the different experiences we may have had as sewists during this time. Music credit:“Cheery Monday”Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
This is an excellent podcast to help out the sewist who has spent too much time buying fabric instead of sewing, or the knitter who has fallen for the pretty yarns without a project in mind. Plus all of us who have too many projects on the go and a crafting space that is filled with wonderful things but you can never lay your hands on the thing you need right now…
Nadja has a very sensible, down to earth and encouraging approach. In the early episodes she gives some great guidance on thinking differently about your space and projects so you can clear out stuff that is really just clutter. Later on she interviews some interesting guests with more examples and tips on better organizing our creative spaces.
I’ve applied some of these methods and it’s really helped me get a better grip on how I store my crafting materials so I feel more inspired and less overwhelmed by too many ideas and too much stuff.
No reviews yet guess no one likes tidying their sewingspace. Nadia does a great job at explaining the many actions to take to reclaim your sewingspace even if it’s on the kitchen table like me. I dare you to listen and change a few things that appeal.