I am now officially "one with my studio" (I am feeling very Zen this morning). There are still some decorative things to do and I will finish those today. I don't have a straight on photo of my desk because the battery crapped out on my camera mid-photo session. Anyway, you get the idea.
All the bags you see hanging off the scrapbook shelves are camera bags. I have way too many digital cameras and still can't take a decent picture! I have collected a lot of "beachy" fabric that matches the quilt I have thrown over the futon. I was going to make another quilt for the guest room but have changed that decor to something a little more feminine - my collection of bears - so I am going to make curtains for the window and a skirt to go around the big, ugly white cutting table. I can move the table directly behind the sewing station to support a larger quilt if I am quilting on Jenny. My sewing table also has a leaf that pops up on the side to make it much larger but if I don't need the space, I will leave it down. I put an antique washstand behind the station and will use it for quick pressing and cutting. (Never leaving my chair!) Behind that is my "Izzy" beverage cooler. That is where I will keep my ever necessary Diet Mountain Dew and Diet Coke. (There will probably also be bottles of Hogue Fume' Blanc wine in there as well!!) The white wicker chest was a cutting station in my apartment. I keep fabric in there and have decided to use the top for my "library" of quilting books and magazines. As soon as I find one, there will also be a small lamp on there for reading light at the futon.
I sewed for several hours yesterday. I picked up "Grey's Anatomy" 2nd season at the library and am watching those as I sew. I am working on the nine patch/snowball quilt that I started as a shower curtain. I love the Battenburg lace shower curtain I have in there now so there isn't any rush to get the other one finished. It is pretty mindless sewing and that is what I was looking for yesterday.
I am planning on sewing for a while this morning and then checking out the Lutheran church two blocks away. This afternoon, my quilty sister Julie and I are going to Joann's and Walmart in Lebanon. I don't really need to go shopping but since I moved I haven't spent anytime with Julie and I need a "sister fix". Hope you all have a great day!