I liked it so much that I decided to use it for a blog post (or 2 or 10!)
The method to my madness...
In the last Decrapification Project post, I talked finding more room for storing my projects. In this post I will share the truth about reorganizing my studio.
While THIS side of the sewing room looks GREAT:
The other side is a TOTAL wreck!! (Just keepin' it real.) Don't worry, though. I'll fix it:
|Special thanks to my friend, Tiffany, for sharing her Tetris skills to tackle this stage of the process!!|
It MIGHT have something to do with THIS truck...
|Step 10 - Rent a truck.|
... And a really LONG trip (to the land of Sonny's BBQ.) Along with an overnight stay:
|Step 11 - Drive a LONG way.|
And an interesting carpet in a far off hotel looks like a Modern quilt:
Some unique artwork:
The REAL reason for the Decrapification Project???
Over the river:
And through the woods:
OK, so it was actually around the lake and through the hills, but you get the point!! :P
We arrived home at midnight, so it was "all hands on deck" to unload the truck (and fall into bed!)
After some much-needed sleep, the entire family was on hand to schlep everything upstairs and by late afternoon, my studio was beginning to take on a new shape:
A day or two later, the rails were ready for a carriage ride:
By the next night, the machine head had taken pride of place:
|Step 12 - Welcome my new-to-me APQS Millennium!!|
Until next time...
Dreams CAN come true!!