On Thursday I walked into the back to find this baby sitting next to a sign that said "free to a good home." It seems it was not working out for its intended purpose. I immediately put my name on it and on Friday loaded it into my back seat and brought it home (This is what I love about my Buick. It may look like an old lady car, but I can fit quite a lot into the back seat). Once we got it inside I realized that it didn't make sense to keep my stash cabinet in a separate room if I was going to have a crafting desk, so Friday night found me rearranging furniture until I finally created this (Thank goodness I had already reorganized the stash to fit back into the cabinet).
I'm not done moving everything out of its dedicated storage space, but I am excited by the organizing potential this will create for other things we have stashed away. And it is amazing how much larger our bedroom appears now that I don't have my cabinet shoved into the corner. I would say that it is helping our apartment really come together, but I'm sure that by the time I am done it will be time to move again. In the meantime I am just excited to have a dedicated space for all of my knitting supplies, my yarn, the crochet and embroidery I inherited from my grandmothers, and even my sewing machine. Maybe it is finally time to relearn how to use it.
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