Well, that was a whirlwind day! And I was super productive!
I got this bee in my bonnet about the "state" of Studio B, and since I had done such a great job at prepping the work tables, I was bothered by the state of some of the other areas. SO - this is what happened. And I will say that it didn't take all that long to make this happen. Why? Because there isn't as much stuff laying around as there used to be.
Here's a view of where I sit when I do my Zoom calls. I miss having access to that design wall, but that's OK. I used to change the quilts for every presentation, but that's just silly. So now I change it up once a week. The quilts that I rotated were all over the place, and well, I wasn't happy.
|The Zoom backdrop|
|The quilts are now on a rack|
|Quilt tops to be quilted for community projects|
|Tubs filled with quilt tops for community projects|
|More quilt tops to be quilted|
|A messy table|
|The table looks much better now|
|Pillowcases for donation|
|The filming area|
|Quilt tops hiding the current projects table|
Here are my three rolling drawers that house sewing machine accessories (sorted by brand) and samples and tools needed for various classes or sample making!
|Three cabinets for supplies and small samples|
|Stuff that got moved upstairs|
|The papercraft table is clear|
|Customer quilt - DONE|
Here's the back of the quilt. It's trimmed.
|The back of the customer quilt|
I also worked on the magazine quilt and made pretty good progress, but I was tired by 6 PM last night!
|Fabric for the next project|
Well, that's it for today. There will be NO organizing today. I have another quilt ready to go on the long arm, the top for the magazine quilt needs to be finished today, and those sergers and embroidery machine are patiently waiting! Plus a wee bit more paperwork!
OH -- I have a homework assignment for you. If you have something around the house that needs a small bit of work -- like finding the nut for that clamp. Get busy and FIX IT. It could be big, but I bet that we all have a ton of those small niggly things to fix. And in my case, I didn't have to buy anything -- I literally found the nut and put it on. Now, how many years did I suffer without that - all for the sake of what???
Have a super day!!!