That's right! I have been knee deep in projects for the last few weeks. I am half way through organizing my sewing room- here are a few updated photos. I took all my fabrics off the shelves, sorted by color and I am putting them back. As you can tell the bottom shelf is mostly empty and that is where all the blues will be put. The top shelf is bolts of fabric for quilt backing that I bought at half off, and battings. The 2nd shelf is all my cowboy fabrics- yep a lot of them, they are my favorites! 3rd shelf is lights, pinks and greens.
The tubs with the white lids are my Mom's stash- well SOME of her stash- sigh! Working it into my already full room and storage is be coming quite the project and taking weeks longer than I had anticipated but well worth it!
Now, don't gasp... I am throwing away a lot of scraps, projects that will NEVER get made/finished and re sorting my many many did I say many, tubs of supplies and re organizing/condensing them. I can't wait for it to be all done!
This amazing Shelf I asked for as a Christmas present in 2015- YEP I said 2015
I love my husband, but he is an engineer after all and tends to "over think" some projects. He antiqued the shelf itself to look like aged barnwood and used rough cut lumber for the bottom part on the wall. I found these great star shelf brackets at Hobby Lobby adn they work perfectly. Of course I took this before I put all my stuff on it. I will share that photo when the room is finally all done. I love it, it's beautiful in person and the pegs allow me to hang all kids of goodies!
This week I also taught myself via a you tube video, how to cut VINYL with my Silhouette Cameo. Ok, so I have been so busy cutting cardstock and I just didn't make time to learn before now. And now I know what to do! Here is a photo of a project that I cut and put transfer tape on that will go on painted wood in the fairy garden.
I hope you are getting a lot done too.
Our weather is unseasonably warm here this year. I would love to be snowed in like many of my friends and family. Stay warm and safe everyone!
See you tomorrow!