Want to see where I am setting up "my space"?
This is one of our new living areas.
So much natural light, I wont know myself.
I am having this little bit of space. It is just wide enough for my table
to go just here on the left, tucked nicely behind the wall.
I have room for my design wall and cutting table but they wont be going in as this space is visible for everyone once they get to the dining area and I want to try and keep it as presentable as possible.
The other side of the room is being set up with a couch, book case, T.V. play station and some of Miss Lily's toys. My aim is to use the couch to divide the room and make it "My Space".
It will very much be a work in progress as I get in there and play and see what works best.
If you follow me on face book or Instagram you would know that I have my fabric unpacked so it is starting to feel a little more like home.
Other things that are making this house more like home are ......
In our Entrance Hall - dead giveaway that a "sewer" lives here :o)
It is nice to have a bright space to display my pram and a couple of babies.
Nicholas is over there in my Pram and on the wall behind this photo I have another set up in vintage suitcases. These are actually the suit cases that my parents used when we came out from the UK some 37 years ago!
Below - One corner of the dining area.
To the right of this photo there are still some boxes but we are getting there :o)
Hey Khris, how fantastic does that table topper look :o)
Thank you, I LOVE it.
I haven't managed any sewing yet but postie has kept me happy with some parcels.
This is my little win from last months OPAM draw.
As soon as I organise some fabric I am ready to start this as part of the stitch-along.
Link is on my side bar of you are interested.
Also arriving yesterday is block three of the DM BOM over at the FQ Shop.
I have also been invited to take part in a mini quilt swap so I grabbed out my pencils and started playing tonight. It is a very rough design and even rougher drawing but this is what I have so far.
Top - Sky blue down to grass greens at the bottom
Framed in a sandy linen fabric
Design and colors are/will be based on the Arizona Desert.
I have posted this on Flickr to see if I get any comments from my Partner.
If not, back to the drawing board :o)
Have a great day