I had wood floors put in, painted the walls...and there will be more on all of that later as it's still in transition and a bit of a mess at the moment. I don't do well with mess. BUT...I made a really nice purchase. Possibly over paid...I don't care. I've professed my love for my 1800's pie safe before, and now I have a gorgeous rustic 1800's hutch as well...perfect for my new sewing room.
Indulge me as we gaze upon it lovingly will you?
Of course the upper shelves need to be all about fabric eye candy, like this...
Target's "Threshold" line that were the perfect size.
I also bought two of the Threshold Sweater Boxes to hold orphan blocks and holiday fabrics. I don't want to stare at Halloween fabric all year long. Yardage is wrapped and stored on comic book boards. The kids tried to help with that. I was good with it for about 5 minutes...which is about 5 minutes longer than I thought I could handle seeing my fabrics wadded up by enthusiastic preschoolers. I must say...it's really fun to see my fabrics on display, and the larger cuts looking like my own little bolts in a quilt shop. I think this will make it much more appealing to shop my stash. :)
So, I'll be back with more reveals on my room as it progresses. :) But, not much in the way of sewing is going on right now. I had an unfortunate incident with some cam locks and poorly written instructions. Now I'm waiting on a replacement piece to be sent for my new cutting table. Good times. Oh well...at least now the pretty fabric can make me happy while I stare at the unfinished cutting table that's cluttering up my floor.