Blog it!

Miss Millie and I had the pleasure of having my dear friend Linda (sorry I don’t remember how to link you) and her husband for the day. We thought we’d have scads of time to visit, but as luck would have it Miss Millie wasn’t just off her rocker, she needed her brain examined too!!! I say luck…but luck for me was really having Linda and her handy dandy husband (who happens to know a great deal about APQS maintenance) take charge and whip her into shape. I can’t wait to get a quilt loaded and take her for a real spin!

While in the studio Linda was drawn to my cutting table accessory rack and told me I had to blog it! I thought that was funny cause I’ve had that thing for YEARS and have moved it from house to house, and it is always the first thing hung up in my studio and has kept my gadgets up and off my cutting table for forever. I’ve always been one for organization, especially in my studio! This little dealy is from Ikea in the kitchen department. When I bought this one it was the only style to choose from but now they have a few different options for rods and hooks and even have little bins that can hang off of it too. I think I should pick up another one with bins to hang behind my cutting table for my millions of bobbins that don’t seem to have a home….or maybe get the one that has the shelf attached for more display space….hmmm. Ikea is a dangerous place for those who like to organize!!! Even my sewing table and the cutting table in the picture is from Ikea. I love it because you can customize a table to suit your needs. I chose a glass top for the cutting table so that it can double as a light table for tracing!!! Ahhh yaaa!!! And the saw horse type legs with the built in shelf are awesome too…I am able to make the table whatever height I want for cutting and my scrap baskets fit perfectly on the shelves underneath for quick scrap organization!

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5 thoughts on “Blog it!

  1. Well how cool it that! I think having tools at hand yet out of the way is the best organization you can have. The idea of the glass top table would never have even entered my mind, but its a great one.

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