Yesterday I straightened up my studio, since I had company coming over for dinner. I felt sure some of the women would ask to see my latest quilts, and I was embarrassed by the chaos. So I straightened it up at least to the point that someone coming in wouldn't wonder about that possible tornado! (As it turned out, only two women came in, and these I invited!)
So while it is in decent shape, I'll enclose a few photos!
I actually started out in the hall. I reorganized my bookshelves, which had gotten to be truly chaotic. On the shelves you can see are my quilting books, one shelf for traditional and one for art quilts, plus my quilting magazines, and miscellaneous how-to-do books from drawing and painting to crocheting and knitting, and lots of decorating books, as well, from the days planning this house. (We've lived here four years now.)
Now we move into my studio.
|When you walk in, you can see my cutting table in the center of the room--an Ikea portable kitchen cabinet that|
has drawers and shelves in the side you can't see. In the corner of the room is my computer, where
I am right now!
|On the left wall is my Bernina sewing machine and one of my Elfa drawer|
"towers" which houses white and off-white fabrics, as well, in easy reach from the machine,
various necessities such as bobbins, scissors, pins, etc.