Desperate Times Call for Desperate Action
It's time to clean up the sewing studio.
The space is beyond dreadful. I can't find a thing. There are open fabric boxes all over and fabric out of boxes and this and that and mess and oh dear it is really seriously awful. There's been a cleaning and reorganizing virus going through bloggerville, most recently noticed at Piecemeal's place (a major ongoing effort in her case) and I really need to give in before I come home and find a sign like this one (doncha LOVE "Commissioner of Health and Mental Hygiene"?) on my door.
I've got Show that needs to be shown and Tell that I'm wanting to tell and there is all this clutter in the way. Marsha and I went out to Round Bobbin on Saturday and I spent far more than I'd intended and I want to share my fun with you. A couple of people have asked to see the lamps resplendent in their new shades. And there's been some nice progress on the Dresdens. Not to mention the charity quilt that I'm finishing up that Julie started (speaking of Dresdens, just look at what she's been doing!). The Olympics start all too soon and I still don't have everything lined up for that (though the Dresdens prolly would be happy to enter as a new event).
While I've been surfing to stall the clean-up, I somehow came across this great-looking new publication. I ordered two -- one for me and one for a give-away on my 1500th post, sometime later this summer. I also discovered this new blog that I'll likely add to my sidebar when things settle down.
Okay. I've provided a healthy half-dozen links for you to explore. Have fun. Meanwhile, you know where I'll be and what I'll be doing. Before the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene strikes. And puts up a yellow sign that may not be removed.