It's Wednesday. That means another tour of all of our creative table-spaces with Whats On Your Workdesk Wednesday. If you don't know what that is, check out Julia's Stamping Ground for all the details. You'll also find links to over 150 other work spaces. So grab your favorite beverage and come touring with me!
The priority boxes will be turned into magazine holders. Everything else is just pieces of this and that needing put away. Just one step at a time. I am anxious to get stuff in place and start back to getting inky again. I'm almost there.
In case you are wondering what the cutting table is suppose to look like:
You can see one side leaf is up (left). When both sides are up the table top measures 4x6. The leaf down on the end is 2x2 feet. I have it padded and covered in ironing board fabric as a small pressing area when I'm working with ribbons or quilting. This table is over 25 years old. I designed it and Bob built it to use as our table/ baking island when we lived in an old farm house. The whole underneath has 1 long top shelf I originally used for storing bake pans and then 3 2x2 ft. cubbies with doors for storing baking supplies. Now those spaces hold quilting/ sewing supplies. The entertainment center in the background is used to store themed fabric and Quilt Of the Month fabric collections from WM. I have all but 2 kits they released since 2002. They no longer put them out.
Today it's back to writing and then see if I can shift some stuff around.
Happy Traveling around WOYWW!