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Sewing room rehab…. in tiny bites!

Soooo….my daughter has taken the lead in really helping get the main areas of the house tidied. Many bags of clutter have exited stage left and there’s been a lot of, “Do we really need this?”

The last week of so, I’ve been laid up with random foot/leg pain but now that it’s resolving, I’m starting on what is easily the worst room in the house…my sewing room.

My lovely friend, Jennifer, always reminds me about the importance of eating one bite of the elephant at a time. So last night I started with a very tiny transformation.

Today I tackled a full box of scraps. My Accuquilt got a good workout and proved once again what a fun tool out is!

I cut and sorted into:

2.5″ strips

3. 5″ half-square triangles

Strings

Scrap triangles

Bits for improve crazy piecing which will be sorted by color

And pieces for a scrappy flannel quilt (a pattern I’ve made a bunch of times before and I think I have all the blocks I need for one made!) Here’s a little photo gallery of my progress!

Now, just for full disclosure, here’s a gallery of the state of things when I started. This is going to be a long project but I’m excited to see tiny bites out of this elephant. And, I’m excited to share my progress. I’ll post these up on Instagram, too. If you’re working on an elephant of your own, feel free to tag me @pbstrand and let’s cheer one another on. #quiltroommakeover, #onebiteatatime

Happy quilting… and cleaning!

Beth