Then there’s the craft table - i.e. the awkward rickety table that came with the house. It’s under there. I promise. Right now it’s covered with projects that I am currently working on. Or trying to work on. Or WOULD work on, if I could find a clear spot. You see how much this “stache” needs a trim?
Under the table I store all of my “to be repurposed” clothing and various wearables. This, my friends, is ridiculous. Items I would normally have thrown in the donate bin are now crawling under this table and dying. It’s a graveyard for polyester pants and shirts that are 5 sizes too big (or small).
Back behind the table there we have a bin stuffed with random household recyclables, like paper towel tubes and egg cartons that spontaneously duplicate with or without my knowledge and help. Apparently I am trying to save all landfills singlehandedly. There’s also a nice big pile of MORE current projects. Yes, I am the type to work on 50 projects at once, (at least).
Here are some tubs of scrapbook stuff, random pieces of... um... randomness, and yarn and scrap fabric. And but a small sampling of my lovely baby food jar collection. There are oh, so many more elsewhere.
The back corner reveals a bunch of blank wreathe “canvases” (from the thrift store), some frames and ugly art from the same thrift store - because everyone needs at least three ugly masterpieces, especially apples - and cereal boxes. Never know when you'll need those. Oh, and a sump pump. I know, I'm a lucky, lucky girl. I bet you wish you had one of those in your craft stash.
Drawers of bits and pieces - flowers, rhinestones, jewelry stuffs, sea shells, glues, staple guns, tissue paper - you know, the essentials. Floss, scraps, fat quarters...
Here’s the desk that should be reserved for sewing projects, covered in cricut projects which are half finished (yes, I know I borrowed that cricut about 6 months ago...)
and the space beneath the desk is currently crammed with scraps - fabric, ribbon, yarn - just scraps.
Here we have “The Quilt Rack of Forgotten Projects” or, my sewing "to-do". And that about sums it up.