Awwwww yeaaaaah!!!! I completed ALL of last week's to do list. *does the butterfly* I was determined to make sure I completed every item on that list and I certainly had a lot of time to do just that. I ended up with a three day weekend due to our numbers being so low this week and we had plenty of staff to cover the store during my shift.
While I might need the money from the hours that I didn't work, I'm okay not having to go to work. I had a lot to do and it got done. I'd prefer to be productive at home sometimes even if it means I may lose out on income from that job. It just means I need to earn some extra money this week from etsy and what not.
crochet more hats and cowls for Sew Loco
rubber stampsand ink pads sew together a few rows of Oh Lucy! start on Quilts for Kids quilt make a to buy supply list
Working on stuff for Sew Loco is the priority this week since it's about two weeks away. I've organized a lot of my yarn, so I should be good to go. I do wish I had more colors to choose from. I think some neon colors would be good right now since that seams to be the trend right now. More yarn is not in my budget at the time though. :( That's one of those things I need to work on, keeping a stash of yarn of all the colors I may need at any point in time. One of these days I'll get there. Come on lottery!!!
Here's a quick look at my work space, before and after cleaning and organizing. There's still a lot more work to do. It's a small space in my living room. I need to purge a lot of my supplies that I don't use. I sew and make cards and other crafts at the same table. I have to switch a lot of stuff out when I switch out crafts. Crocheting takes place on my couch or sometimes on the bus or out at the bar (thank goodness for the smoking ban).
So what does your craft space look like?