Category Archives: organization

Well, the dust has settled a bit

New year, new organization…every quilter’s desk needs a decent mug rug.  Mine might be a tad bigger than your average size mug rug, but that’s OK. It’s a rug with a message as well as a purpose.  And I tend to bring very large mugs of coffee up here to the office. I’m currently participating […]

It’s a New Year, and it’s Still Organized!

Happy New Year to all! May you have a year of amazing creativity and spark on your quilting journey, wherever you are on your path. I am going to wrap up the blog posts on Organization for now by summarizing some of the discoveries I made about myself – and how I use my room. […]

Is it Organized or is it Camouflaged?

If you blink, you missed it…the sewing room was organized for about an hour or so last week…but the new found sense of freedom has unleashed a creative frenzy. And in that frenzy, I have been pondering some of the newfound insights this version of the re-do has brought forth. I’ve been quite surprised to […]

It’s amazing how much happiness you can buy for $23.16

I don’t know how, but one of the most memorable events of 2013 is going to be the Great Sewing Space Redo (version 4.5).  I am fortunate to have the second bedroom in the house serve as the combined office/studio space, and it has wonderful light. That’s where I sew now – it hasn’t always […]

Crazy Schedules – How Do You Keep Organized?

Crazy busy? We all get overwhelmed sometimes; it happens. But if it happens too often for you, then here are some questions to answer for yourself plus six practical suggestions so you can begin to make some changes. Let’s start down the path: What will it mean when  you get more organized? What IS more […]