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I organized and stored all my fabric into tubs, and I put all my patterns in the basket. They're not really organized, but they're all in one spot, and fairly easy to flip through. The yarn on top is Stylecraft acrylic that I'm slowly using for a blanket.
I pulled out all my yarn and organized it as I put it back, bulky on the left to lace weight on the right. I threw out a few old things, and weeded out.
I pulled out a little side table I got from goodwill a few months ago and set up a winding station! No more taking the swift down and putting it up on the ironing board, shaking everything off it while I'm winding. Speaking of the ironing board, look what's on it! Just the iron! Aha! Now, the key of organization is Know Thyself, and I know that stuff will pile up eventually. But I can pile it up on the winding table, not the ironing board.
For months, I've been ripping things out of magazines and saving special cards, wanting to put them on my bulletin board. For some unexplainable reason, instead of pinning them up, I've been storing them in a box below my table. What? How long does it take to pin something up? That's the whole point of a bulletin board--easy access to items you want before you. So I pinned them up.
And if you're thinking that looks like a brand new sewing machine, you're right! My parents very generously bought me a new Janome for my birthday. More on that later.
There's one thing you will not see: the closet. No one will see it. If you open it, you will be buried. But whatever. The rest of the room is spectacular. I'm ready to go! Bring it, 2013.