The studio was beginning to get on top of me – literally. I’m not tidy but nature and there is always something more interesting to do, but ... even I need to tidy up every three years or so.
So began my studio reorganisation. I moved my desk to a better location and started to slowly work through the mounds of stuff. Then I got bored and started working again. The big clean up hadn’t stopped entirely; it just went slower, especially with my trip to France.
And then this week I had an email from Sheena Kitchin of Craft Scotland wondering if she could bring round Kathy Brassill of Handcrafted Holidays. I had to move up a tidying gear. I think the studio is a lot better now. I can see enough of the floor to work on larger pieces. Hurrah! The desk and sewing machine are now in a place where I can get the cupboards open and I have the threads right besides me. I think both Kathy and Sheena liked the studio.
Now for the confession... I ran out of time. The studio may be tidy, but this is settee in the kitchen and then there is the stuff under the stairs too!
As the photos are complete, I’ll have to move the stuff back and have a think about where it can be stored. And the answer isn’t the bin!