1/27/10

Organizing the Studio

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I've painted, sewed, purged, rearranged, filled, and gathered together. It's getting closer.

And I hear we've got a little ice storm headed this way. Nice.

Ruby had a tummy ache for most of the evening so my regularly scheduled post will go up Thursday afternoon. She's just fallen asleep in my lap and typing with one hand is not conducive to an interesting read. Be back soon!

xoxo,
Rachel

18 comments:

Ren said...

I just love shots of peoples' studios!

DeAndra said...

this is on my to-do list. I have a perfect space for all my crafting, but it is so unorganized that i don't use it :(

Julie said...

I just want to say that you super duper inspire me! I love the photos/crafts/tutorials you share and you have great style! Thanks for sharing it. :)

Miss Wanderlust said...

that is one of the most beautiful and inspiring pictures that I have seen in awhile!!!
you are amazing miss denbow :)
xo
janel

ashlee said...

we are supposed to get the storm in Tulsa today...so i printed off instructions for granny squares just in case we are out of power...perfect time to learn i suppose:)

Soraia said...

this is something i've been working on and off all week. i can't wait until everything is all set in my craft room!

what did you use for your thread organizer?? i haven't seen a metal one and i'm trying to find something for all of mine.

Sarah Michelle Griisser said...

What do you use to display your thread like that? I'm looking for cute ways to display supplies in my office.

Laurie Anne said...

I just love your thread organizer! I've only ever seen wooden ones...wherever did you get yours?
Hope Ruby's tummy is all better :)
xx

Michelle said...

Oh, lovely! :) I'm just in the process of going though and purging and organizing things in my studio, too. A fresh new start for the new year - I feel so messy without doing it. lol...

MCH PHOTOGRAPHY said...

I need to do some reorganizing myself.
Love your thread holder, where did you get that from ? I have been looking for one in antique stores with no luck yet.

LaLa said...

this blog is amazing!!! glad I found you! :) ox

Miss Anne said...

i think organizing is therapy. especially for us crafting gals. it allows us to see exactly what we have, and stir up ideas while we clean/purge/organize.

:)

hope ruby's feeling better!

RachelDenbow said...

Ooooh, I wish the thread organizer was mine! I sourced the photo and it belongs to Lobster & Swan.

She's the one with the great luck!

souljane said...

the thread organizer is beautiful.

i need to be more crafty. you've inspired me.

Marcela said...

Love your thread holder!!!!!!!!!!!

Megs said...

i just stumbled upon your blog the other day, and i have to say, it is swoon-worthy. i was looking through photos of your home and i love everything about it. you did an a-mazing job with it! it is very inspiring, as is the rest of your work. wish i lived closer, so i could come visit your shop!

mrspelly said...

very interested in where your thread holder came from???

Rosalind said...

Love the spool organiser! I just found you via Cakies :-)