Ok, I admit that I did tidy up a bit first, my room usually looks more chaotic than this.
This was my Grans dinning room table, its taken quite a beating over the years but opened out fully it gives me a great sewing machine table.
A rescued office desk is home for my computer, cd player etc plus it has pull out shelves which are really useful when using the table as wellPart of my library along with Indian puppets and bags.
Some of the chaos found in plastic bags- gave me an idea for this months challenge...........My workspace is usually chaotic and out of chaos I am trying to make some sort of order. Now I don't knit but much of this bag contained strips left over from rugmaking so I found some needles and started knitting, just knit, knit, knit ( I don't do purl)
Maybe a bag? maybe add beads, patches, maybe just a hanging? small rug? what would happen if I put it under the embellisher ( suspect broken needles) for now, I think I will carry on knitting.
Just realised that what you can't see are the big boxes of fabric and threads at the other end of the room, I think I need a bigger room or a radical cull of supplies :-) Claire at Stitched Up last night suggested that we all take in a bag of materials that we no longer use and pass it on to the person sitting on the left hand side of us. Sounds like an idea because every ones stash has the fabric that you loved when you bought it but doesn't "fit" in with what you do now.