Category Archives: organization

Room Organization – better, but not yet done!

The saga continues (but you knew that, if you’re a longtime reader of the blog. Part one of this series can be found here, and deals with getting my fabric organization under control…or did it? I have always maintained that organizing a space is a highly personal endeavor, and what works for me won’t work […]

My quilting room sparks Joy!

In an interview recently, I was asked what my preferred brand of thread is, and that question became the impetus for this week’s blog post. I am becoming more aware of the amount of supplies that one accumulates as a quilter – the fabric, the books, the rulers, and yes, the thread – and the […]

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 […]