Blog Writing Challenge - Day 2
It's a mess!!!!
I set up my space when we moved in after painting the walls a really light grey. The room had carpeting and it was driving me crazy because my chair wouldn't roll across it.
Then we had issues with water coming in. I'm in the basement. Honey Do got this brilliant idea to epoxy the floor. Issues resolved. Another wonderful idea of his was to add shelving to the walls. Three of four walls have some kind of shelving/storage. I LOVE IT :)
This wooden table holds projects that have been stitched and just need finished. Those have priority, so they can be finished and I can put this table away and free up the space.
This metal shelving unit holds more embroidery supplies and projects.
The center unit holds scrap fabrics. There are more, they just haven't been unpacked yet.
The unit on the floor with the red front is the radiator and the unit on the left holds my fabric stash. I think most of that has been unpacked.
The closet wall - contains pretty much everything else. Backing fabric, projects kitted, batting, interfacing, thread, buttons, ribbon and UFOs. There was enough wall space above the close for Honey Do to attach these wooden crates and they now hold all my yarn supplies. I only purchase enough yarn for a project so it can't ever get out of control.
Finally on this wall, the entertainment unit. These are the only fabrics that I have separated from my stash. They include Tilda and Tula Pink :) I belonged to a Tilda subscription box for a few years and this is all the fabric I've collected and everything else from those boxes. I haven't really done anything with it yet, so I keep it separate. As for Tula Pink, there's only a specific collection or two that I found fabrics on clearance. I don't necessarily want everything she produces, but there are certain ones I really like. I also purchased a quilt kit that I'll get around to eventually.
And the tables. This is where everything seems to collect, where my sister and I spend the majority of our time together, where I do my Bible study, pay bills and write my blogs (again).
It's a goal this month to get it cleaned off and work on more projects.
How the week went
Wow, Edi, I loved the studio tour~that Joe is a keeper, and does good work. This is the kind of stuff I miss the most about Paul ... also a keeper and good worker. =) I can now really visualize where you are working. Do you have a comfortable stitching chair, or you take it upstairs to let the dogs annoy you? LOL
You accomplished so much this week. No matter how much we text, a blog helps to see things more clearly. =)
I don't see a subscription button so I can know when you post.
Love the studio tour. Wish I had the size space that you've got (never mind the fact that half or more of my trailer is dedicated to my quilting....LOL). Yeah for getting the quilt almost done.
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