Posted on 06 April 2020
We hope the current lockdown and isolation isn't causing you too much boredom, anxiety or 'cabin fever'! The experts say is always better to keep yourself busy, and set yourself goals if you can.
What better way to distract yourself and make some welcome home improvements by taking on a home furnishing project? It could be as simple bunting for the children's bedroom, cushions, new wallpaper, or even new curtains! And Barretts of Woodbridge can help...
Get Fabric or Wallpaper delivered direct to your home
It's really easy! Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org the name of the fabric or wallpaper you want, plus the product code if you have it, and we will email you back a quote. If you want to go ahead, pay 50% deposit via BACS, and within 5 days you will receive your goods posted directly to you. What could be easier?
We can provide beautiful fabric and wallpaper from following top textile houses:
- Morris & Co
- Clarke & Clarke
- Studio G
If you have any queries, don't hesitate to email us at email@example.com
Benefits of Sewing
Not only will your project(s) 'love your home' in this difficult time, but sewing is very therapeutic, and a great skill to pass on to your children.
Here are a few of the health benefits:
Sewing encourages mindfulness and reduces stress and anxiety. The meditative action of sewing encourages positivity and feelings of relaxation. Being forced to concentrate on one particular task enables you to become immersed in a situation and truly unwind.
Improved hand-eye coordination
If you’re keen to enhance your motor skills, sewing does just that; especially hand-eye-coordination. The attention to detail that sewing requires encourages coordination and relieves physical issues such as back pain.
Sewing requires creativity, which improves the brain’s ability to grow new brain cells. As mental deterioration is a result of lost connection between neurons, sewing promotes mental growth.
Like other craft activities, sewing increases dopamine in the brain, which makes us feel more positive.
It fights dementia
Because sewing makes you remember specific steps, it works the brain and keeps the mind clear, focused and active. This can help prevent dementia as you grow older.
We're looking forward to welcoming you to Barretts once we re-open - not too long now hopefully. We can't wait!
Best wishes, and stay safe