Thanks to Connie, I caught the bug to clean my sewing area. It was no easy undertaking! Luckily, as dangerous of a task that it is, I didn't get injured! ;o) lol
Would you look at this?
Is this clean or what? You know, I dusted that book shelf and man was it dusty.
Would you look at that floor! It's clean enough to eat off! Not that I would but... You should have seen it before!
Anyway, I did get a chance to work on the Pine Grove quilt yesterday and managed to sew on three (3) rows. It was my plan to quilt today but, like I said, I caught the cleaning bug.
One thing that totally gets on my nerves is the fact that my DH's workshop is right next to my sewing room. If ever you have a partner that says to you"I'm going to build a woodworking shop right next to your sewing room dear!". You just tell them that it would be best if it wasn't connected to the house. Frankly, had I known what I know now, I would have said "add an addition to the garage". lol
Although the door connecting our shops stays closed and that he does have a heavy duty dust collecting system, needless to say the sawdust just creep through the walls. It drives me nuts! No more sawdust!
Would you look at this? That's Stephen's shop. And by the way, I would need a wide angle lens in order to capture it all. He even has a skylight!
I think his space is much nicer than mine. Imagine the quilts I could lay on that floor and not have to worry about walking over it. I could even have a sitting area for hand work!
I tried to get him to build the barn bigger so that he could move in, but he wouldnt' buy it! Says he's comfortable where he's at! If ever we move, no more woodshop connected to the house!
For those curious minds, the wooden constructions on his work bench is the cupola. He's been getting ready for the barn raising.
Aside from the cleaning, not much is going on! Monday DD will start a day camp with Girl Scout, which means I'll have the days to myself! Hurray! Hopefully I'll get the Pine Grove quilt finished.
Keep well and thanks for stopping by!