Monday, March 15, 2010

It's like having a new garage

I like to keep my studio clean. Besides the fact that my customers see my studio, it is much easier to quilt when you can find your tools. Now the garage is a different story. That is the home of all my batting; where I iron the quilts; there is a cutting table; and of course, my stash is in there, too. It was a mess.

I would like to take credit for this but I didn't even go in the garage this weekend. My cleaning lady had some extra time on her hands and she has been itching to straighten out that garage. It is now organized within an inch of it's life. Take a look.

Here is the batting and some stash. My photo stand and lights are on this side of the garage.

Then on the other side is more stash and of course and my tricycle. I get the 2-car garage for my quilting. My husband gets the 1-car garage for his hobbies; that is trains, baseball, stamp collecting, LP record collection, yada, yada.


Mary Beth said...

beautiful!!! That has to make you feel good to have all that straightened up. And you have lots of stuff!!

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helen-mary said...

Linda - keep that woman! Your garage/workroom looks beautiful. I hope you get your back repaired soon - you've sure had your share of challenges lately.

TerriW said...

Another neatnik! Yay! I have to stay organized. I don't function well in a mess. Although I do not really enjoy cleaning...maybe I need a cleaning lady...

My life has changed in the last couple of years - some bumps, I retired from quilting, and then I moved to Texas. I'm anxious to see what new adventures await me in the next phase of my life.

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