The first of the year brings resolutions for better health, a kinder heart, and sometimes even accomplishing a task or learning something new. What are yours?
There are so many things I need to do when it comes to my machine embroidery passion. Here are a few that I resolve to do in 2023.
Organize my Sewing Room
Over the last couple of years, my sewing room has become an embarrassing mess. I plan to give it a deep clean and get it organized.
It is extremely frustrating and, frankly, a big waste of time to have to hunt for everything that I need. Because it becomes a dumping ground, there are a lot of things taking up room that don’t even belong there. I find that a good purge is always productive.
If you are of like mind and need to organize your sewing and embroidery area, here are some blogs that provide great organizing tips.
Organize my Machine Embroidery Designs
Organizing your machine embroidery designs is a full-time job and should, ideally, be done as you purchase and download them. Although I have many of my designs backed up in two places, there are many others that need to be properly cataloged and backed up.
The time spent looking for designs, thread, fabric, and such could be better spent actually sewing or embroidering, right? Click on the links below for tips on cataloging and organizing embroidery designs.
Trying Something New
I have always wanted to try quilting edge to edge and plan to actually accomplish it this year. I already have a magnetic Snap Hoop Monster, so I just need to get some designs and give it a try!
Bonnie has several great blogs and video on quilting with magnetic hoops.
What are your machine embroidery resolutions?
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