Bright white light is the best because it has an overall brightness that makes a sewing room more visible so that you don’t have to strain your eyes when working. It will be easier for you to work on your projects for a long time without complaining of eye strain or headaches.
Where should light come from when sewing?
Ambient, and preferably natural, light should be the main source of light in your sewing room. Ambient lighting serves as the main source of bright of your room. Using white light for the overall brightness of the room makes things more visible and you will find it easier to move around and work on your projects.
What are daylight light bulbs?
Daylight bulbs have color temperatures that begin at 4600K and can range up 6500K or higher. These bulbs give off light that appears distinctly shaded with blue and simulates the natural color of daylight, which is 5600K on a sunny day at noon.
Where does the spool of the thread go?
Generally speaking stacked thread should be placed on a vertical spool pin on the sewing machine. The thread should leave the spool at a RIGHT angle, in line with the direction of the wound thread. This will stop the thread catching on the grooves at the end of the spool.
Why are straight pins placed parallel or perpendicular to where a seam will be sewn?
Stability. The truth is, pinning perpendicular to the edge keeps the fabric layers a lot more stable and aligned than when pinned in parallel direction. At the end of the day, pins are used in the sewing process to keep seams aligned as effectively and evenly as possible.
What color light is most flattering?
Most all lighting designers and interior designers agree that the most flattering light comes from lighting sources with a color temperature of 2700 Kelvins. That’s a warm, soft yellow light.