|This is a rug I made from one of Gabriel's drawings.|
|Cute bins from Target on major mark down. Fleece and what not fabric is on this end with the cottons on the other.|
|Pics fuzzy, sorry. Under those two windows is where I planted the lavender bushes and the climbing roses (well those were planted but had to be cut back, they are coming around nicely). So when I open the window, next year it will smell lovely.|
|This is the machine I'm using while my Bernina gets fixed. Yes, it's a bit of a challenge.|
|Over on the door end. All cottons, most half and quarter yards. Those rolling storage things are from the Container Store, try and grab the floor models (I did) and save big bucks.|
|Obviously a ceiling fan.|
|Track lighting he put in after I pointed out that the ceiling fan's 150 watt output just wasn't gonna cut it.|
|Front of the room, look at my big ass windows! Blinds will go up eventually,lol.|
|These are great because they have little photo sized (5 by 7) boxes in them. I use them to hold die cut felt shapes, and small felt projects I'm working on. Great storage and great for travel. Plus, you can use the coupon from Michael's and get them way cheap. |
All my weaving supplies will stay in one of the upstairs closets. So will the yarn. The looms will stay in what is now the spare room. Wool and roving will remain in the rest of the upstairs closets. This is why I have those whatevers that hold like, eight towels at a time on the back of the bathroom door. At last count it was four closets full. But they are really small closets....
Oh this is my magnet board. I'm stupidly excited about it.
These are my Ananda Tree price labels. The house and tree and for the House and Home line and the girl is for the children's stuff. They are stamps from The Mayberry Sparrow who has wonderful things, all of which I want, and is a dream to do business with.
It's painted Faraway Blue, which you can't really make out with the photos due to my crap ass skills. That's about it. I don't know how big the room is exactly, here's the outside. UPDATE: The space is about 8 by 16 feet.
|Typical Arlington post WW2 two story.|
Oh and in case you thought I was exaggerating, here are some of the closets.
I'm thinking I may need another addition....