- Stuff that didn't have a place -- i.e. new fibres I have brought into the house and haven't yet figured out where I am going to stash them.
- Stuff that was out of its place -- tools, equipment, papers, odds and sods from the demo and workshop.
So that old saying, "A place for everything and everything in its place" however irritating it may be for some to hear, is an excellent guide when tidying up a room. And here is what it looks like now. Notice the abundancy of space on the floor and clear space on table surfaces. Now there is hope that some projects can get started/worked on/completed.
The underside of tables are great places to store bins, boxes and sewing machines. Again, things that you want to know about -- at a glance -- but don't want getting in the way. The trick is to label things so you don't have to go digging about several bins to find that one bag of blue romney.
Here's the view from the doorway. Space to move around in. Supplies neatly sorted within arm's reach. Clear work tables. This is truly a space where things can happen.
Off to play!