Where I Sew – Sarah of Cali Faye Collection

on Jul 23, 2013 in Where I Sew | 57 comments

My minimalistic approach in the children’s fashion world shows not only in the space in which I create but also in the sewing patterns I design. My intention behind every Cali Faye Collection design is clean and simple, yet so appropriate and fun. The space in which my creative energy is focused plays a huge role in getting that intention across.

Sarah’s Links: Etsy Shop, FacebookPatterns at Pink Chalk Fabrics

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    57 Comments

  1. Nice lighting, neat and clean.now tell me where do you keep your fabric and sewing supplies.?

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    Nadine

    July 29, 2013

  2. Hi, Your sewing area looks like a quiet retreat very simple but realistic. Love it.

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    Karen

    July 30, 2013

  3. Love the table you sew on & the natural light. But you have to have your fabric somewhere… 🙂

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    Carla G

    July 30, 2013

  4. I’m all for the minimalist approach, too! Keeps my head clear for quilt ideas!

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    lynn

    August 1, 2013

  5. I admire the sparseness of this space, but I can never achieve it. To some degree, we are who we are, and I’m not a minimalist.

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    Beth T.

    August 5, 2013

  6. I keep my fabric in shelves and in woven hemp containers. The two walls not shown in the picture have shelves as well as my computer. I had to get my drafting table and machines in the picture though! I love the light in my room too! It’s so helpful but from February until October I get the sun full blast for about six hours a day so it can get hot.
    Thanks everyone! -Sarah

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    Sarah

    August 25, 2013

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