I can't share the entire article since that would breach copyright laws, but I can tell you that the seven page article includes info on organizing small spaces, fabric storage, repurposing other objects, pegboard uses, storing fabric scraps, sewing process, and lighting and furniture. I can also share my own tips:
Here's my safety tip for those of you who store rarely-used items up high: I keep a small stepstool in my sewing room near the highest items. I'm less tempted to reach or climb on anything that just happens to be nearby. (I call it "monkey reach" because only a monkey could really pull it off." I've probably saved my neck a few times. Mary Marcotte
Don't forget to go low! Under my work table there's a nice shelf, but under that, plastic bins of fabric! Since my hubby built the table, we were able to measure to make sure the bins slide under the shelf. It's a bit of a bother to get to them, so I store garment-making fabrics there. I now quilt more frequently, but still make things for the grandchildren.
And more good news on the TQPM front: I have a four part pattern coming out in January. I'm pretty excited to see it in print! I am not supposed to share the actual picture until I'm told it's okay to do so, but I can tell you that the pattern is for a stained glass quilt with a beach motif. There are lots and lots of photos to make sure the directions are easy to understand.
Of course, TQPM made sure it was tested by a quilter who seemed to think that the directions are easy enough to follow. Since my subscription to TQPM was going to end in January, I made sure to re-subscribe a few weeks ago so that I can get all four of the issues that include my pattern.
If you're not a subscriber to The Quilt Pattern Magazine, you should consider subscribing now! I'd be thrilled to tell you how--the website is http://www.quiltpatternmagazine.com
Finally, the photos on this post all come from TQPM's annual Kitty Photo Contest. Check out the quilts under the kitties!