Friday, 16 September 2016

Getting Cabin sorted out.


Readers of this blog will remember I have been lucky enough to have had a log cabin for sewing etc built in our garden.


Finally all the painting, inside and out, has been done, floor fitted and electrics supplied so I am able to move in finally. All my boxes and bags of "stuff" were collected up from the house and taken out yesterday and as it was raining today I was able to go and play!  Sewing stuff is on one side.
My art stuff is on the other side.

My husband is planning tables and shelves for me later.  He is busy sorting his wood working shed which has just been re wired as well.  The bill will be heavy but we want to enjoy our hobbies for the next few years and spend some time relaxing and being creative.

For light relief this week from working hard I have been  watching one of those channels with old repeats and have found "Down to Earth" again and wanted to see if it as "durable"  TV as I remembered. as it has good actors, I adored the Faith Aldiss books so i will only watch the first few series - after that it just got silly and was nothing like her life after she left the Devon small holding.

We are preparing for visits and getting away in October - some exciting plans in hand!

13 comments:

  1. Your crafting space looks wonderful.

    God bless.

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  2. I can see many happy hours being wiled away in that cabin

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    1. I better get a clock! Already had two late dinners!

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  3. Wonderful it looks like a dolls house but I am sure its bigger, I remember moving into mine I am sure you will love the space and being able to leave projects out is fantastic :-)

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  4. Your studio space is so well planned. I am just a bit envious of having such a space.

    Happy weekend!

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    1. I feel very lucky. I have waited years for my own space.

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  5. Love that colour blue inside your craft room -really beautiful - our summer house is my craft room and I managed to get an old rectangle kitchen table in there and it's invaluable I can sit at my sewing machine at one end and have the cutting mat/small ironing board out at the other end - if your hubby is making you a table then my advise would be to go for the largest you can fit in there for sewing - yours has a very pretty exterior too xxx

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    1. He wanted to put in a large table but I like the space - would a folding one work do you think?

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    2. I think that's a really good solution - you could put it up then to suit you depending on which craft you were doing - I can fully understand that you want the space around you too - best of both worlds then xx

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  6. What a lovely hide away. Having a dedicated space is so lovely, you can shut the door and walk away. Dead jealous.

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  7. That is absolutely wonderful! I would love something like that to craft in :)

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