I started in one corner and began to semi organize a few things. I kept running across little bits and pieces, and I needed someplace to put them all! I had purchased an craft organizer sometime last summer that was perfect!
Screws, bolts, nuts, washers of all sizes, odd buttons and even batteries went in nicely!
Then it was time to find a place in the closet, for the camp bed, and tackle the work table. I found a couple of boxes of various sizes that really helped.
With the table clear, I took a break from cleaning and cut some fabric strips for my place-mats. I also found a lighter color fabric to try on the next set! I cut some of that too!
The darker fabric is what I am using now. That is the second of six place-mats below.
Then it was back to work! I dusted the table, and the looms. I still need to vacuum, but on the whole it is done. There are still a couple of corners that could use some attention, but at least I can walk in the room and see where everything is!
I had to come downstairs for the sweeper, so I thought I would break for lunch and do my post. My last big chore is to go through the pantry, (checking for expired stuff as I go,) and see what I have and what I need to purchase to have some sort of meal plan for the company season.
I found several things during this weeks clean up, fabric that I had forgotten I had, boxes that I could use to organize, a couple of skirts that just need to be hemmed, my favorite reed hook, a couple of decks of cards the grand-kids will just love (they even have Santa on them), and Lou Ann, I found that Inkle book you were looking for!
Now for the Pantry!
I hope your Holiday preparations are going well,
Until next time, Happy Weaving, Tina