Thursday, August 02, 2007

The shrine

Wanna see my playroom? Notice that I call it "my" playroom....not the bub's or the geezer's, although occasionally the geezer will try to hog my laptop.

Let me take you on a tour through my shrine of craftyness.

This here is where everything mostly happens. Sewing, drawing, cutting and sketching, along with lots of messy piles. During the before-bub days long long ago, this was the sun room where we ate slow, big breakfasts on weekends. Not so now, with the semi-permanent fixture of the Singer.


Pan to the left and on the floor against the wall are the stacks of boxes.....all filled with fabric. And because they are full, I've now resorted to piling them on top of the boxes.


Left again and you see my essential blogging tools....the laptop and the mouse.


And against the wall behind the screen are my inspiration boards, which are looking a bit haphazard at the moment......must fix them.


Notice, I haven't shown you the floor? Har har har! It's not so presentable as everything above waist height. In fact, if you squint you might even see some dust bunnies. Dang!

Alright, I've procrastinated enough. Must get back to cutting fabric.

8 comments:

de vliegende koe said...

Your ‘playroom’ looks great with the light, the windows, the fabrics, gorgeous boxes, fabrics, etc. etc. I wish I had mine organized yet! And what are you going to make???

Belinda said...

It may not be big, but it's a lovely space and I love all the light.

Mel Goodsell said...

Well I love your playroom. All that light shining through is beautiful.
Melx

Cathy said...

what a great playroom. Now I can visualise you working at your machine and also when you are blogging on the laptop.

Nice light for your room and I love how all your fabric is soooooo neat!!!

Corrie said...

um why does your room look so much cleaner than mine! I have a whole room just for sewing and work and it turns into a nightmare!!!!! you know where i live so feel free to organise my room

Thimbleanna said...

Ooohhh, look at those wonderful windows. Such a start contrast to the dungeon! You playroom looks divine -- and yes, what are you working on?

Penguin & Fish said...

Congrats on winning the interactive Julie Knoblock painting!

SadieandLance said...

That is some exceptionally neat fabric folding skills you're demonstrating there...I'm jealous!