I cleaned off my trestle table and my ironing board so I could use them to surround my Sew-ezi table. I decided to spend some time quilting my big blue and white quilt and I need to support the mammoth weight of the quilt while I'm working on it.
I put all the bits and pieces that were on my ironing board and trestle table onto my chest freezer, which doubles as my cutting table. But now I want to make some soup and I need to get into that freezer. Where can I put that
On the laundry bench? Nope, that's my ironing space (see previously mentioned repurposed ironing board), a repository for washing-needing-to-be-folded and storage for art stuff that hasn't made it back to the cupboards.
I know, I'll put it on the studio chair aka cat bed. Oh shoot, that's being used to store quilts, zip pouches, patterns I'm writing and fabrics I'm auditioning.
Maybe I don't want to make soup.
But there are kids to be fed.
It's time to do some housework, isn't it?
(and how, oh how, am I going to work in the smaller space of a boat?)