Why, oh why, do other people's studios look nice, neat, efficient, and charming (all at the same time, of course)?
*Do they put things away when they finish with them?
*Have they planned and organized for efficiency?
*Do they not shove things aside to make room?
*Do they not move piles from one place to another in order to use a particular surface?
(i.e. from the cutting table to the ironing board, to the chair, etc.)
*Do they not drop things on the floor when there is no room elsewhere?
*Do they not save scrap of all kinds of unlikely items, not just fabric?
So many studios look so perfect, turning me green with envy. I save pictures, read books about these studios. I even attempt to imitate them (on the rare occasion I can get the room cleaned up enough to even consider improvements). The fact is that it will never happen for me. The best I can hope for is do learn to put things away. Mbwah,ha,ha!
Bryce Eleanor came to spend the night. We played with the gravel for a long time, putting it in the dump truck and buckets. That little bit of gravel is worth its weight in gold.
This morning, she slept until about 8:30. :)