My prime source of inspiration came from Karen who had written about placing all her projects into their individual bins which, after seeing them on her blog, made so much sense to me that I had to do the same. Now, I have all my fabric that I've collected for each project placed into their own bins, complete with pattern and labeled on the outside. I shifted things around to make more room, dusted and vacuumed and now I'm set to go. I feel like I have a new lease on my creative life but I'm so tired from all my work, all stitching will have to wait til tomorrow.
I'll start with my computer area and take you around the room in a clockwise direction. First, is my computer corner with the antique treadle Singer sewing machine that came with all the attachments and works like a charm.
Next is the computer desk...oops, that's Lola's tail you can see on the bottom right.
Then comes my Featherweight sewing area. This was the first "major" item that my Dad bought for my Mom when he came back from the war in 1945. It looks and works like the day he gave it to her. It's my pride and joy!
Next to this is my Hoosier where I keep my quilting books, some supplies and as much fabric as I can fit. The large cabinet below is where I keep my batting.
Following this is the shelving unit with the labeled bins, my filing cabinet and then my sewing area.
And last but not least are my Santas. They were carved from antique wooden spools by a friend when we lived in Florida and I painted them. They're on display all year round because I just love them and they bring back fond memories.
And that's my little corner of the world. Thanks for dropping by to visit. The kettle's always on so please stop in again.