|The curtains are hung. I so love Ikea that's were the curtains, rods, red framed mirrors on the entry wall and the blue metal table came from.|
This is a look at the office space portion of the great/lodge what ever they are calling these open space rooms now a days.
The sewing studio part looks like it is being used which it is. There is three plus yards of soy soaked and dry silk waiting to be painted. Tomorow I will look through my idea books for images to paint.
While at Joann's I looked to see if they had any pfd fabric and I found none. Hobby Lobby which carries Kona cotton is too far away to drive so I guess if I am going to get back into creating with my own dyed fabric I better look for an online source.
But in the meantime I will paint. I put some soy beans in water and stuck them in the fridge to soak three days ago, ( so they were good and ready for the blender this morning after I said, "that's it for the house stuff".
I still need to have a laundry tub installed in the garage to make doing wet work more efficient, but I haven't gone in search of the sink yet. But I do have a plumber lined up for when I do.
Maybe next week.
My cloth line is stung across the garage and waiting to be used. What a joy not to have the feeling of doing something against the rules, which I did have when I used to hang soy soaked silk on the apartment balcony to dry. Not that anyone ever commented, but there was a no laundry drying on the balcony clause in my lease that I broke on more than a few occasions.
I have while decorating the house taken breaks from time to time during the last week to do some quilting and last evening I finished the piece I started in the apartment several months ago.
This will be the last post about the house since you know I am settled in and getting on to the art part of my life.
Speaking of the art and teaching part of my life, for those who might be interested I have added some pages at the top of the blog with dates for workshop I will give in my studio.