Category Archives: organization

Planning to stay Organized

Someone on social media said that the first two weeks (or so) of the year is the free trial, and I would have to say in my case that that is pretty accurate. Almost as soon as I put SPARK out there to the universe, the shifts began to show up in very big ways […]

Textile Tuesday expanded….

This post could also  be titled “My Problem and How I solved it”, but I’m going to pull the title from a series I started over on Facebook recently. There are a series  of posts with the #TextileTuesday, and I am using it as an opportunity to talk about my stash – why I fell […]

Back to School Blog Hop – TOP TEN LIST of low cost tips for Organizing your sewing room

Good morning – and Happy September. I’m pleased to welcome you to my stop on the Back to School Blog Hop here at www.onequiltingcircle.  I’m Linda Pearl, and I have been quilting for a long time; really, after 25 years, is it really relevent? In that time,  I’ve gone through several versions of a quilt […]

My second biggest addiction is…

I know you might be tempted to go for ‘chocolate’ (and before this exercise, I might too!), but my recent adventures in spring cleaning yielded some surprising results. This is the second part of a series on spring cleaning, the 2017 edition.  TO see the first entry in the series (and to look at the […]

Spring Cleaning time…and a Giveaway!

To me, there’s nothing like spring to get my cleaning and organizing mojo going, and the sewing room seems to be the Ground Zero for it (yet again) this year.  I’m not sure why it’s this room in the house – more than any other, by far, which needs a good clean and purge every […]