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Sewing Room/Studio

Okay, I've gotten all these blue stars to do and will chip away at them and keep you posted. I chained the first step so I'm finished that much and will get the next step finished soon. That would be the Ohio Stars and Rails from Quiltville.com.

Meanwhile, I'm feeling the need to be organized. I've talked about my sewing room and it's such a mess and I could use suggestions.

Let's talk about my computer desk...





This is an old Ikea table from 15 years ago. I have a three-monitor computer setup and a TV on top of an empty box so that I can easily watch TV while I do "stuff" (read: surf the Internet) and not miss my favorite shows. I'm giving a lot of thought to mounting it on the wall of the A/C equipment closet--you can see the door to the left in the picture.

There's an "over the door" hook that I have a couple of drapery hangers with a row or two of several quilts on each. I need a place to hang them so I don't have to be constantly re-ironing stuff.

Lots of empty Diet Coke cans and Utz potato chips (they don't sell them in KY :( guess I need to move back to Baltimore!) that need to be thrown out. You can see that my ceiling slopes and is pretty much useless to display even a small wall hanging (if I had one started or finished!).

There's a longer table next to it with the printer on it. We just had DirecTV installed after having a cable company, so I still have their equipment just hanging there--going today. All the wires and stuff still have to be neatened up since I think I'm happy with this arrangement. There's an extra TV that will go in the kitchen...soon.

I suppose if I ever got it all cleaned up, I could store stuff under the table.

There's a three foot wall space between the table, I was thinking I'd use that for my ironing station, but that seems a bit awkward yet. I have another section of the room that I'm hoping to really do the ironing, but I need to get rid of a TV/table first.





More in a bit...any suggestions?

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