So this is the end result of one room. Not only did I rearrange, I switched the furniture from one room to the other. What was I thinking?
This was my craft room just this morning. I am happy with the way it turned out. Hopefully Mr. W. and I will be getting a new bed soon and our old bed will come up here and mean no more air mattress for holiday and weekend visitors.
Everything I need to be creative, all sorted and labeled. (which it already was, we just slid it into place and dusted it.)
|(New lampshade on my list!)|
New fabbies waiting to be used.
Random spools waiting to be put away.
My rulers and scissors all within reach.
It was so great this afternoon to lay out some fabrics and trims for some smalls and a wall hanging I am working on.
Moved my shelf from one room to the other. My trims and
ribbons are all handy when I need them.
It's amazing what a girl with tools can do when she puts her mind to it.
I did manage to get a few fall decorations up between last weekend and this. Three tubs of more pumpkins and Halloween stuff sit waiting for me spend the evening with them. This is a new smaller tree I picked up on a trip to Lancaster.
I like little 'pops' of decorations like this mesh leave hanging on the top of the ladder back chair.
I filled the scale with orange Christmas balls.
I like the sparkle!
And finally, some stitching to share. I am pleased with the progress I have make on Grace Mason. I've turned the corner. I feel I should take this on retreat with me next weekend but it is on such a large scroll frame I can't decide.
I think when I complete this section all the way to the right, I will be 1/4 of the way done!
There are seven of us doing this. Barb brought her completed and framed piece
to stitching group this week and I am really motivated to kept stitching on this.
I should try to get a photo of all of us with our finished and framed samplers when we
are all done. I think that would be pretty cool. But at my speed and tendency to go
astray, that could be awhile!