So let's escape to the craft room! I thought you might like a little tour, since it's in pretty decent shape these days. Let's see what we have. In the far corner over there is the plant that my cats can't stay away from. This thing has been chewed to within an inch of it's life and bounced back at least twice. Now it lives in here where the cats are forbidden from entering. Next to that is my sewing area. Rather plush, don't you think? Behind you is the bureau that holds everything from a hot glue gun to window clings. My mother has been relegated to one empty drawer to stuff all her things into. And it's the top drawer. You know, the skinny one.
There are some projects going on. The favorite bulldozer PJ's with the blown out knee. I think I'll make them PJ shorts for the summertime. Realistically, I might not finish in time for the older kidster, but hopefully the younger one will get them. They are perched on top of some plastic canvas. It's probably going to be the base reinforcement for the magenta fuzz bag, but still brewing that one.
In front of that is a random purse lining. I made it before I made the purse. I was making the lining for the blue camo bag (below) and had just enough material left over. I whipped it out while I was in the mood, since usually the sewing part is the part I never seem to get to. Still haven't made the purse for it yet. Go figure.
The blue camo bag is done except for adding the magnetic buttons and attaching the lining to the purse. Should take about half hour, right? Ha. It's been this way for about a year now. Yes, that is a newly abandoned high chair invading my space. At least it has a usable flat surface!
On the cutting board is the fabric I just cut for the pockets to add to the lining of the magenta one affectionately known as the fuzz bag. Which is over here on the ironing board.Thanks for taking this little tour with me. I have completely forgotten about all the screaming. But is has reminded me that I need to get some things finished around here. So if you have unfinished projects too, don't feel so bad. If you don't, well, to heck with ya!
No, really, how about some encouragement?