jill here....When the email came from Kathy Mack about "studio photography" I knew I had to get my domain in shape. Marny had laid down the challenge with her clean space and my space was a disaster! It was time. And there was a deadline on the horizon. Not only was it clean up but clean OUT with some fabric that time would never allow me to use. I really have learned that as much as I love what I have purchased, there is always more wonderful fabric coming out. And what we use right now for design is never the right amount from my stash!
|I had forgotten what I was supposed to learn in kindergarten....|
put it back where you found it!
|What I used from this shelf most frequently was the fabric.|
Patterns and colored pencils, bias tape, elastic could all find a new home.
|My helpers right under foot!|
|These 2 sheets of "Celotex" covered in batting are lightweight and movable.|
Don't know how I could work without them!
|This is my ancillary room that supports my Megaquilter.|
HMMMM. And a stack of ready to be quilted tops.
If they're not done before January, they will be in some one else's hands!
|Now that I can see the fireplace, I'll have to enjoy with some candles.|
Perhaps when it cools down.
The cubby intended for firewood is perfect for current projects.
|Fabric sorted, back-up irons (gifts from kids who don't iron),|
bags on top, neatly folded. My TV , utilized more as a radio, is
located to the right so I can look up and watch the finished room
on HGTV ...or some new food idea.
|A comfortable chair with the sewing table that my husband built.|
It overlooks the "big board" ironing board and the very large cutting table.
This is my circle as it makes me get up an move from one station to another.
|I even organized the bullitin board.|
|Book shelves. New rule is they have to fit or they find a new home|
with someone who will enjoy them.
|I switched out the actual iron board support for shelving.|
And it's not even full yet.
Just have to remember where I put stuff.
'Till next Tuesday,....