So I started sewing my window treatments
this past Saturday,
FINALLY!! I've only had that
room for 4 years now!
So in my last post
I actually showed you my workspace,
but I knew if I did that
then I would
work on it, so I did, on Saturday, YEA!!
I sewed the window
treatments on all three windows that I have,
Just a simple roll up shade, nothing
Don't you love my little sign:
I found it at Marshalls sometime
back and only
paid 5 dollars for it, so I was very
Now, my side window which I get to
look out of when
I'm at my sewing machine:
I love this spot, because I have a window
box there, and in the
spring and summer with flowers blooming
it looks pretty.
I can also look right at my house so if DH needs
me he can get my attention.
Now the back window:
You can see part of my fabrics there,
I need to find room
for more of my fabrics, I need to
get another storage
unit in there.
I have an old antique dresser in my room
but I need to paint it
and put it in our guestroom, so I'll need
something to store
all my papers, and extra fabrics and ribbons.
I have a cabinet in the
garage that needs alot of TLC so I may end
up putting that in here.
I will be adding a list on the right side of my
blog showing what
still needs to be done in my sewing room.
Today, I was able to
clean it well, steamed mopped the floors as well
so now its clean, no shoes in
there either, especially
on snowy or rainy days, its just makes my pretty
floors all dirty!
So there you have it ladies, I did my window
treatments. And it
didn't even take me that long to make either.
Except for when I had to
run back to
Hobby Lobby and purchase more ribbon, I
Nothing more frustrating than that. I was on
a roll, and darnit, I ran
out of the black and white ribbon to tie up the
When I got there, they had only one left, and
thank goodness, that's
all I needed to finish this project. Hope you like
it, I do.