LINKS: I have posted a few related links below along with a couple of simply inspirational links.
Following is a link to a fellow crazy quilter that has posted her ‘before’ photos. You will have to stay tuned for her ‘after’ photos.
Anita who is a machine quilter shared some of her experience in cleaning junk drawers on the following link.
Using the following link you will be taken to Lori Anderson’s blog where she shares her beading office. She has a beautiful room and I think you will be inspired. I personally am drooling over the wall color!
Mary Ellen found a fun way to organize t-shirts. I’m thinking this same system could work for rolled up fabric or skeins of yarn too! What could you use it for?
Belinda has a way of controlling all the information she finds on the Web. She shares her great idea on the link below. I also find that you can copy and paste the information you want to save to a Word document and give it a name you will recognize and be able to find. The Word documents can be organized by category in a special place on your computer, into folders named by subject. With either of these methods be sure to adhere to Copyright issues.
Are you feeling overwhelmed with the daunting task of redoing your studio and want to just walk away? Don’t give up until you check out this blog! Traci Baker over at ‘The Bakery’ blog shares how she took mini (15 minute) steps to redo her studio/office. I think you may find this encouraging. Here is the link: