Need some glue or jewelry making tools?
Don't forget the beads. They're in this great wooden cabinet my old boss gave me. It was originally made to keep denture teeth in. In the dental lab. Each drawer has a different colored glass beads in it.
On top of that cabinet are my acrylic paints. Isn't this a cool holder? There is paint on both sides and it spins around. HAD to have this!
Here's some of the ugly. It's actually a trestle dining room table. I have it shoved up against the wall. On it are a TV, two printers and my sewing machine. That's all great except it's also a catch all for any and everything. Ever notice that all the flat surfaces get covered up in a hurry? At least they do at my house. My coffee table is the same way. Always too much stuff on it. Then above the table are shelves that are about ten feet long. On those shelves are office supplies and printer paper, sewing patterns, etc. Paint brushes, old photo albums, etc. How will I ever "downsize" this room?
Even the back of the door is full. Believe it or not, I know what's in each little pocket!
Now for the two oddities in the room.
My bookcases that are brimming full of wool. Each folded precisely and color coded. Solids on the left and prints on the right. I want my whole room to be hooking stuff ONLY. And of course the things I use at least once a week. That's the limit I put on myself. The rest will go into the BIG plastic tubs and to the basement. (Which is already buldging from my garage sale and estate sale "finds").
Looks like I've got my work cut out for me. I've been Trying to knit. That's a whole other long topic! Right before Patti left for Florida, she taught me the "continental" method of knitting. That's going great. It's the following a pattern that's making my head hurt!! I'm trying to make a purse and felt it. I'll let you know if and when it's finished!
Let the beauty we love, be what we do.