My studio, my special haven from the rest of the world where I spend 99.9999% of each day, could use a little TLC. I would venture to say that my work space would beg and plead for a bit of love if it had the ability to do so. Now I’m not indicating that I should apply to be on one of those HGTV shows that would come in and gut my studio in order to make it look like a quilters dream room. No things aren’t that bad, at least not yet. But I would agree that if I had to pick one aspect of my studio that I could improve upon it would be bringing “organization” into these four walls. I know where my materials and tools are generally located, I could easily find them blindfolded (I think); BUT obtaining them more efficiently wouldn’t necessarily be a bad thing. AND having fabric, rulers, shipping materials etc., displayed in a manner that was aesthetically pleasing to the eye would be a bonus! Overall I am quite confident that bringing that one word, organization, into this studio would infuse a calmer energy during each work day.
This might just have to go on my 2017 “to do” list, or is that what red-headed assistants are hired for? OR maybe Jo Jo and Chip Gaines will feel adventurous and find themselves traveling to Pottstown PA to give this quilter some “Fixer Upper” pointers?
Unrealistic I know, but a girl can dream can’t she?!
Is there an aspect of your quilting work space that needs to be improved upon, or changed?