For the last two months I have been doing everything but sewing. This has been the craziest summer! My sewing room has been the house dumping ground. So instead of sitting in the mess and sewing, I decided to do a little cleaning first. It’s still not perfect, but much better than it was this morning.
I’ve added a few new stacks of fabric from this summer’s shopping that I can’t wait to get started on.
My girls helped me organize my buttons into these cute little jars I found at World Market.
This is the beginnings of a ‘mini quilt’ wall. The Sunbonnet Sue was made by my great- grandmother and the mini hexagon quilt was made by my mom. The green and cream quilt is awaiting some serious quilting inspiration before being finished. The pattern is from Joanna Figuero’s book “With Fabric and Thread”.
Lastly, these are the shelves my husband installed for me months ago. They are supposed to help me keep my work tables a little cleaner. Lol. At least for a short while after my annual sewing room organizing and cleaning…
The rest of the room is not worthy of any picture taking, but I’m working on that too.
Now that I have a little more space to move around in, perhaps my creative quilting juices will start flowing again. (Or maybe my creativity will have to wait until school starts.)