Sewing Room …

We needed a break from moving. The old house is mostly empty. There are a handful of items that can go in a single car load. And that’s it. All we have to do is clean and patch anything up. But we were so tired that we decided to take a break from that today. Instead, I connected all the computers my team and I will need tomorrow for work. I also unpacked and got my sewing room in some kind of order.

I discovered while unpacking that the movers (cuz my hubby would never do this) put some of my fabric and yarn bins in the garage. I was a bit upset. Ok a lot upset but there was nothing that could be done. The bins are all the way in the back corner of the garage with a whole lot of boxes around it.

After I got what I got done I realized in hindsight that it was probably a good thing the bins were in the garage. It probably would have overwhelmed me. I currently have no place for whatever is in the garage but I have space in the moddle of the room. I am thinking of making a pressing board for that area and putting more fabric underneath. Nothing will happen soon but I’m playing with my ideas. I’ve never had a sewing room like this before and Immsioer excited. I really want to start quilting now but it’s late and I got to go to bed.

~happy Sunday

Melanie

2 responses »

  1. Congrats on the move. I hope it was a good one. I really love to see other’s creative space. I had imagined that at this time I would have moved to our retirement home that would be someplace warmer and smaller than our current home. My studio space is small for this house but not sure what the next place will be like, so always looking at other’s space to get ideas.

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