I’m afraid I have no projects to show you at the moment. What I’m working on right now is a gift and can’t be blogged quite yet.
But I don’t want to leave you hanging for a week while I dash back and forth taking care of dentist appointments (for me), vet visits (not for me), and general life stuff.
So, how about you take a mini tour of the Crafty Sheep headquarters?
This is about half of the office and where I do most of my blogging (“ooh honey take a picture, it’s where she blogs!!“). The other half has been taken over by a bunch of enormous plastic totes that we can’t seem to get rid of even though we moved a year ago, the cat box (how exciting!), and a random golf bag that my husband hasn’t used since we got married.
You can see some remnants of my pet photography days (yep, I used to sort-of be a pet photographer) – the sample above the desk, the Professional Photographer magazine with a William Wegman image on the cover. Ah, back in the day.
The boxes were from Joanns for a whopping $6 each – they’re big enough to hold 12×12 paper, so my felt and all of the paper I use for backgrounds fit nicely. The third one is empty, but I’m sure I’ll find something to fill it with eventually.
The bin to the right is where I keep my measly fabric stash and my embroidery floss. The floss is loosely organized by color, but I can never put things back in exactly the right place. *shrugs* For me, not worth the energy to put them PRECISELY in color order.
And then beside that we have…
Sheep! Naturally. I made the one on the bottom, and the little one was from the Wild Olive Stitch Swap.
So, there you have it! Hope you enjoyed this mini tour.