Friday, October 7, 2011

My area is still a mess...

You probably think that I never clean up, but that's not really the case.  I just always have multiple projects going on and things look messy.  At least I try to confine my mess to one end of the sofa.  I'm currently trying to improve my knitting skills, so that is some of the mess shown here.



In this shot you will also see a hair curler and manicure supplies sitting right on top of my vintage end tables.  My uncle would probably cringe if he saw how relaxed I am with his furniture. Oops, sorry about that.  In any event, this is where I am currently creating.

Remember to send in photos of any projects you are working on.  Hopefully we will have some new entries, but in the event we do not Sister and I will continue to post our projects here for your amusement. 

Take care and enjoy the beginning of fall.

6 comments:

Peri said...

That looks about like my sitting room area! My creative space is currently covered in bags of Paternayan Persian Yarn because it is no longer being produced but I found several places I could buy it for my "stash" because it is what I am using for several planned projects. When the area is cleaned up a bit and the floor is visible I will send photos....In the meantime I have to admit that some simple knitting would be fun. Thanks for the idea! Don't know about the manicure. However, I can recommend a cream called UDDERLY SMOOTH for your hands..it's an Udder Cream for Cows, but it really works!

M Smith Gentry said...

It looks like you just dumped my purse out on your couch, Susan. :D I don't consider that a mess. My space is a whole lot worse. I'll send you some pics of what I'm working on soon...mostly digital stuff lately, which I post on deviantArt.

lori ventimiglia said...

oh thank you, I am gald to see some one else with a little mess. I usually create in a big mess. I cleaned up my table today because it was out of control. Now back to making another mess.

Varla Lee said...

Hi! I can remember from which blog i found you, but I´m really happy about it. You make me smile, cause i love the real life, i love simplicity and people lik you. Now I´m your follower. Wish you 100 of "take it easy days"!! Hugs from Italy, Varla Lee Rodr√≠guez.

Susan said...

I guess I have stopped updating this blog. If any one still reads it, I would start again. blogging sometimes is so time consuming. Sigh.

Peri said...

Much has changed since you last posted...I have moved my stash of yarns and threads, and taken up watercolor (not done too badly so far...not too great either, but hey, I'm trying). I am trying to locate a new place to create and when I do, I will let you know!