Can This Mess Be Saved?

studiotableThis is a mess. It is what greeted me upon my return to the studio after a week of teaching in OH and MI. (Put them together and they spell Ohmi!) Which is what I said when I saw this mess.

7 thoughts on “Can This Mess Be Saved?

  1. Sorting Time! Put on the water for tea, start a good movie or music playlist and enter the Zone. Big pieces by color, and progressively smaller pieces in your cute bins, then baggies for the wee little bits that are still good for postcards and such. Much more reward for your two hour time warp than surfing Pinterest.

  2. I have to admit there are times when sorting fabric…or any other supplies….is a great form of meditation. And, it just feels good. Have fun.

  3. I don’t know…looks like an invitation to play to me. (But then, everything looks like an invitation to play to me!)

  4. I bet someone broke into your studio and messed it up while you were gone. It happens to me all the time! I’d prefer they break in and clean it up but, as the Rolling Stones said, “You can’t always get what you want!”

  5. I know how I feel when my sewing room looks much like that after a project (or several) but I do seem to go around in circles deciding what to do with each piece. Maybe I could try some of the above advice or do you have some ideas for another Blog posting that would turn my “Circles” into productive Cleaning “Zig Zags”?

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