Friday, February 08, 2008


I joined this group, Studio Friday a few months back but never got around to post anything. I have been lurking but not really participating.

The topic for this week is--"Where or what is the heart of your studio/creative space? Is it your desk or maybe a special piece of furniture, a window, a piece of art on the wall, your idea board, or one of your tools, a jar with ribbons on the shelf...? "

The timing of this topic is so perfect. I have been laboriously fixing my studio and this is going to be the year that I will finish decorating it!

This is a mini walk in closet where I put all my quilting cottons (decorator fabrics still to be tackled) and ribbons which I mostly use for my handbags. I had just organized it and I know where everything is. It is on this step that I sit, my studio being under the eaves and I can't really stand up straight even at 5'3" tall, and gaze and touch them lovingly planning my next creation. This is where my creative juices flow and I will have a floor cushion soon as it takes toll on my back to sit too long!


Krissie said...

Gald you de lurked and showed us your space...I could go mad with all those bits and pieces and fabric!!

Jenny said...

Oh. My. Goodness. I have to admit that jealousy lurks in my heart when I see your lovely, organized closet! My closet is also my workroom and is disorganized on top of being tiny!

diane said...

It is like a closet full of potential waiting to happen. It must give you joy.

And i love the pillows on your bed - really nice.
thanks for sharing.

Debbie said...

Hi Krissie thank you for dropping by--I know sometimes I think I stay too long in there instead hitting my sewing machine!

Debbie said...

Hi Jenny. Thank you for dropping by. It has miraculously stayed like this for two weeks now and I hope I can keep it this way--there is no telling what might happen.

Debbie said...

Hi Diane. I like to sit and gaze in there especially now that it is all organized.
Hopefully I can make more pillowcases I have some that I have cut but not yet sewn. Thank you for dropping by.