Exhibit A: The sewing room
We have definitely hit critical mass.
Yes, I've been beavering away (I just love that expression) on several projects, none of which are complete, surrounded by this insane mess.
This state of affairs started in December when I was making pillowcases, many pillowcases, for family and friends. As Christmas presents. That's Christmas. It's now May. Geez.
Since December the piles of fabric and, in the background, my clothing, have proliferated and I am getting twitchy.
The design wall was the last straw. This week it released its hold and looks like Charlie Sheen after a few drinks. Good heavens.
Check out this detritus from the January AQS Show in Albuquerque, boxes of fabric, unfinished projects and, for the love of God, cans of tuna on the trunk near the window (I have a small pantry, what can I say?) That rail fence flannel quilt needs just two borders. The first two sides are done! Look over on the right bottom side of this pic. There on the ironing board are my pajama bottoms and some unfinished panels from my knitting class.
Here's how it should look.
So I guess I'd better get moving. Have a great weekend and I hope I've made all of you feel better after having read this confessional post.