A Fabric Bomb Has Gone Off…

4 02 2010

…and I’m too lazy to iron.

Ok, so it’s not so bad as all that.  I’ve just not dented the stack seen here, and considering that I posted that on January 4, 2010, that’s a crying shame.  Even more disturbing is that I have more fabric coming – thanks to fabric.com giving me a 30% off coupon, and having delicious prices on delicious fabrics.  My shelving units are about to explode.

I think, when tax refunds arrive, I will have to ‘treat’ myself to two black bookcases on which to store fabric, a new iron, a table-top ironing board like this – and OH MY GOD.  It’s on sale for $15!!!

Ahem…

I think, when tax refunds arrive, I will have to ‘treat’ myself to two black bookcases on which to store fabric, a new iron, a table-top ironing board like this, a new chair to work from as I sew/blog/roam the internet/scrapbook, good fabric scissors, as well as a few other office/organizing essentials.  Perhaps an Ott-Lite.  We’ll see about the last one.  I’m right by the window, so I get great lighting during the right hours.

I’ve actually gotten a fair bit of work into my sewing area tonight.  Mostly picking up the havoc that the kiddo wreaks when he wants mommy-time, and figuring out where everything will go.  It’s just a lot of fabric, really, once the tools are actually put away. It’s also determining what I actually want in arm’s reach.  What tools do I really use on a regular basis?  Just a lot of little evaluations that need to be made.

It’s getting there though.. It’s looking more and more like a workspace.

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