Eating and creating things are two things I have to do. I have a shop, studio, creative center in what use to be our two and a half car garage. We removed the garage door and put in a wall and David put up pegboard and I painted the walls and the floor. The ceiling hasn't been finished, but now I have a great place to go when I want to do my quilting, crafting, sorting of fabric, etc. I also refinish furniture here and the above chair is one I am working on right now. I will sand it, stain it and put a sealer on it and then it will go in our diningroom.
Today I asked David if he would make dinner since I was going to be extra busy making things in my shop. Things I cannot show because they are gifts for certain people. He made meatloaf, mashed potatoes and I made us salads and it was all so good. David's meatloaf is really good. He said he would tell me what he put in it after I ate it and I told him not to tell me because it might make me sick. Whatever he put in it, it was delicious.
This is what my shop looks like while I am creating. I tend to root through all my fabric to find the perfect piece and leave it in piles until I am finished.
This is a pile of fabric I am working with. I have about four or five projects going at the same time. Isn't it funny, with so much fabric I would have to go out and buy some more? It's true, I do. I am using alot of Pamkitty Morning fabric right now and I love its colors and brightness.
Whoops, how did food slip in here again? David was a good boy and ate all his green beans.