Remember the lonely, empty hutch in my dining room?
Well, it's not lonely anymore!
(I know, I know. . . some of those have to come out of shopping bags and into clear ziploc bags for viewing. ZMrK already told me that!)
I did that while ZMrK was making some shelves for our library. We can't attach them to the wall, so he is making a free-standing shelving unit.
I have more pictures of our place, if you care:
The stained glass window in the living room. I love that it is purple, white and green.
Piles of boxes in the bedroom:
I'm sure others can relate!
The kitchen, with half of the chairs there. That little nook beyond the chairs is where the fridge lives. I like that.
This is the view from the back porch. It doesn't look like much now, being the end of winter, but I bet in the summer it will be gawgeous!! Yeah, there's a closeline which will be covered with drying skeins of hand-dyed yarn. There's also a picnic table, which I hope to utilize as well (grilled corn, anyone?).
Here I am, holding up some groovy vintage fabric that I've held on to forever. Last year I thought about making a bedspread with it. It may be nice. I have shitloads of vintage fabric that I bought off eBay nearly 10 years ago, when I decided I was going to sew lots. I still have most of it untouched.
I'm going to post some SP8 goodies and yarn pr0n under separate entry.