This is a how-to for making a leaning set of shelves. If I had any wall space left in my house…
Last organizing one, I promise!
About half of my crafting/artsy time is spent in the kitchen. Either baking bread, or making personal care products, or cooking, or cleaning and dying yarn, etc.
Also, my kitchen space is not well utilized.
So, I would like to reorganize the cupboards and drawers and counter-top spaces.
I’m actually pretty well organized with my tools. Too many moments of “where is a tape measure, I just bought five last week?” have occurred in my crafting life. After the knitting frenzy this time of year, everything gets a little disorganized.
There are epatters, which are a huge mess. It doesn’t help that I download new ones every other day. I also have at least three different computers that I use regularly. So, I need to work on those
There are paper patterns (often from epatterns) that have now exceeded my five inch archive binder. The ones in the binder are pretty well organized (in page protectors and all), but the ones that aren’t, aren’t.
Then there are the books. I am almost as addicted to craft books as I am to yarn and fiber. In general, in our house, we have WAY more books than shelves to put them on.
I would love if I could just walk into the craft room and know where everything is. This will most likely never happen (at least, not while I’m working full time), but I can make it better.
I’ve become much better at this, but I still need to work on my system. I also need to make sure I use it EVERY DAMN TIME I put stuff away…