This was the first area I reorganized...some are smaller quilts (you can see the 'Mandy' quilt I posted on yesterday and some quilts I purchased (2nd row from left is a purple/gold quilt I purchased from AAQI and Dijanne piece is the bottom 2nd row from left I bought several years ago). And, yep, that's my 'beaded leaf' trying to find a new home (bottom)...more about that in another post!!!
Also, Kalee loves to lay on my sewing table next to my machine (she sleeps most of the time but also likes to look out the window). Well, it was getting a little too much work, for both of us!...mainly because I would have to move her if I wanted to cut fabric or needed space to lay out my work. So......
I moved my large green cutting mat on top of this cabinet. Now Kalee can sleep in peace and I don't have to keep moving her. Why didn't I think of this 3 years ago! More than one occasion I have sewn her fur into a project!
These are some of the more current pieces I've made...four of the larger ones are for our Inspired by the Master's exhibit. We won't be having these on exhibit for awhile yet. We need quite a few to fill up a space...I think Carol wants to have over 40 pieces for the exhibit. Although, one of our members, LA, most likely has made enough quilts to fill a space herself!
And I did get rid/trashed some old magazines I had which free'd up some holders for me to put my project binders into. A few years ago I was making 8 1/2" x 11" small pieces for the Bead Journal Project as well as for a challenge our fiber group had one year. I've had these binders just laying ontop of some books so now they have a real home!
I also have binders for ATC's (artist trading cards) and for my fiber cards I've received throughout the years.
I like being able to look at each category and it also keeps them nice and neat!
This picture shows one of the beaded pieces I've done and the back of another one. I use the binders that have the plastic sleeve in them. My pieces fit perfectly in the binders and it also makes it easy to browse!
So that was the rest of my Sunday! Purging and sewing and laundry and cooking! But heck, I'm retired...what else would I be doing!