Building some storage shelves!
Anyway here are the building progress photos and the sewing room 'Before' 'During' and 'After' shots!
Ready for varnish
Ta Da!!! The new shelves all full!!
Very top - Empty boxes/Postage boxes for quilting projects
Top Shelf - Books/Magazines/Patterns ect
Second Shelf L-R - In Clear boxes -Notions/Threads/Quilting stuff spare blades etc, Overlocker, Paper Bag for Birthday FQ swaps, only a few left in there, behind that, my Quilting journal and note books for ideas, Blue Basket (scissors, unpicker, quilting pins, rotary blade, etc ready to carry to table) Blue Box ( current Cross Stitch project) Jelly Rolls, and Pin cushion, behing which is my box of hexagons
Third Shelf L-R - Box Work in Progress ( WIP) Quilting Projects to finish, with Hexagon quilt on top, Fabrics sorted into colours, Yellow, Orange, Brown, Purple, Pink, Red, Green, Blue, Blue (too much blue for one box!)
Bottom Shelf L-R - Large pieces of Quilting fabric, mostly for backings or specific projects, on top a brown box for binding, ready to go on quilts and left over pieces that I haven't thrown out, quilting scraps, white/black fabric, coloured fabric, another box of WIP quilts, which on top is more fabric and charm squares.
The other shelf is my school stuff, with two empty shelves for photos/scrapbooking stuff which is currently spread out on the dinning table.
Inside the cupboard
Top Shelf - Bean bag making box, Cross Stitch box, Christmas Craft box, Crap box
Shelves -Space for more photo/scrapbooking things
Boxes stacked - Top to Bottom - Patterns, Material Scraps, Knitting, Dress Making Materials and Craft Stuff
Standing, just out of sight, Roll of Wadding, Roll of Interfacing, Roll of Tracing paper, Roll of white cotton for lining clothes, Bag of Hobby Fill
There is still one space, closer to the cupboards, for this years Doll's Quilt!
Hubby is most impressed that the two shelves match so well!! And I'm impressed with how much sewing/quilting stuff I actually have and how neat it all looks.....wonder how long it will last!