Last weekend, Wild Thing and Mr. Wonderful went to a boy scout snow weekend - I was supposed to go, but I really am not at 100% and up for large crowd activities. Plus, I'm not in good enough shape to go skiing without injuring myself! But on the upside, I had time to really get my craft space organized. I hung a shelf and rack and pegs for my cutting rulers and T-squares...and I moved a lot of things around to maximize the space. I don't have before photos, and these are a little dark, but it feels so much better!
|My main work space - I can pull out the small table where the serger sits to have full access to the cutting space. All the shelf and hanging items are new - it feels good to have the tools I need often right out there.|
|Main storage area for yarn, fabric, and other crafty stuff (beads, paints, etc.|
|Larger cuts of fabric, batting, polyfil, etc are stored in large plastic bins that stack up or can be tucked underneath the work table.|
For this quilt, I am using the 2 charm packs of Sherbet Pips that I had squirreled away and unearthed during my re-org. I found a nice pattern in the Moda Bakeshop - the Baby Lattice Quilt by Amy Smart. Perfect for 2 charm packs - I have quite a few extra charms that have a white background and I thought wouldn't work as well for this quilt - but I'm sure I'll find something to use them for!
Since this is a WIP, and it's Wednesday now when I managed to finish writing this post - I'm linking up to WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced. Happy Wednesday!