Well over an hour was spent in the sewing room yesterday but the time was well spent . . cleaning! There’s still a lot of work to be done but the cutting table has been cleaned!
The canned food blocks were positioned on the new design wall.
Time spent in the sewing room today will probably involve cleaning a section of the “path”. It’s getting harder and harder to walk around in there. Way too much stuff!
Diana in RR,TX says
Love those blocks. Someday I may get some made! I also have been trying to de-clutter the sewing areas. Toooooo much junk! Wish me luck!
It’s looking nice! What are you doing with the “stuff”. Are your giving away, or re-organizing. Myself, I can’t seem to operate with clutter around. I get anxious. My husband is just the opposite. Let’ not mention the top of his desk! :o)
Love the canned food blocks!
So nice to get some stuff arranged in the Sewing room. Mine still looks like a pigsty, BUT using your at least an hour philosophy, I’m making some progress on the quilting of the Blue On Blue quilt you had in a magazine recently (in the past yr!) And a baby quilt for a friend.
Looking good Judy! Look forward to seeing some quilty creations again!
Katie Z says
Every hour of cleaning gets you closer to an hour of uninterrupted sewing, so good work! I have a few piles I need to conquer myself.
Laura N says
I like the cat bed on the cutting table. I’ve tried that with my two cats, but the still preferred whatever fabric I was wanting to cut. I finally piled some leftover batting in the corner and it did the trick.
Judy, what is the wooden thingy with a crank sitting on the table? A yarn winder?
Donna F says
Bless your heart! I need to clean & organize mine too but first I need ideas on fabric storage. I depise the way I have it stored now and it’s not funcional.
Marion Morgan says
Love the jars! I organize by color as well as subject I.e. ladybugs (a favorite), dogs, children, sports. Lastly one area for current projects in progress. Still have to get reorganized every six months or so–too much fabric (goes to Guild).
Betty Woodlee says
I’m envious of your cutting table. Do you have a past blog discussing this table?