Still At It

Yes, the renovation is still going on. These long days are starting to wear a little thin. DH and I are both getting pretty tired. I was cleaning up the sawdust and other debris last night and really thought I might just fall asleep there on the floor! When we finally got to sit down for a few minutes before bed, DH said, “I hope you know how much I love you!” 😉

Yes, yes I do!

I have been sorting through and emptying the current sewing studio.

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It is all emptied. Okay, don’t look in the closet!!! Even with all this wonderful motivation, I do not have the energy to try to clean that out yet!! I’ll be moving stuff into the “new and improved” studio over the next few days (weeks, months!)

And soon, very soon, I hope to be able to set up my Nolting Fun Quilter with 10′ frame in the studio!! Yippee!!

Really looking forward to a relaxing weekend with my QFFs. Despite all the chaos, we are going to sit down and stitch. I’m really needing some needle and thread time! DH is just going to have to suck it up and realize that sometimes, even if the job isn’t finished, a girl has just got to fondle some fabric for a little while!!

Peace

3 thoughts on “Still At It

  1. Everyone should have a picture of their “empty” sewing room hanging in their new studio. I emptied mine. While one room is a disaster the empty sewing room has a nice ambiance. Cannot wait to get it painted. Hang in there!

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  2. So what are you going to do with the sewing room now that it is (almost) empty? Will all of your sewing stuff be in the studio with your LAQ? How will you deal with that during the winter with all of the snow?

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  3. Good for you! I have emptied out ALL my closets to list my house for sale. I have missed my fabric. So, I have gone back to my containers to find a few pieces to work on. I have one med. size container to put it all in when my house is being shown. Then I take it out and do some sewing. I really need to sew even if it’s just a little. It helps me focus on God’s goodness, and I don’t have time to worry about things.

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