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Isn't it a good feeling to have everything clean and organized? I keep wondering why I don't do it more often. Love your studio and particularly the last picture which gives me an idea of the size of your quilts. They are lovely.
I don't mind organizing, but I don't like throwing out. My sewing room is certainly in a state of chaos more times of the year. I'm currently trying to do some machine embroidery projects and clean my sewing room, while my machine is busy doing an embroidery project. Makes the cleaning & organizing time less painful!SewCalGalwww.sewcalgal.blogspot.com
Studios aren't supposed to be clean! Mine gets a "once over" every couple of weeks... if I wanted a clean studio, I'd be a maid ;-)On another note, I love that your dog is in the thick of things as you work. I loved my Jack Russel (looks like your dog) and miss him terribly... he now lives "in cloth" on my studio wall and as the banner on my blog. Give your pooch a hug from me...Vivika
I often wonder if those people with studios that are always neat ever work in them??
We quilters are gatherers and savers -- there will never be a studio large enough to satisfy any of us nor neat enough so that we can find what we've gathered (that's my story and I'm sticking to it . . .).Love your studio, Frieda!Diane
I didn't recognize it at first, but yes, that is your studio under there.Hi George!
my studio is a big mess right now and since I finished all my christmas gifts it's time to clean and organize it I hate not being able to find stuff.
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