This post is a bit personal, so you are welcome to delete right here because I’m just a tad upset about being misunderstood and therefore labeled.
It has been hinted at more than once that I am a hoarder. I do not think so, my belief is that I simply have a studio with a good supply of ingredients and many projects to do. Some in all stages To prove my point, I have gone through the house taking photos. Nothing has been staged, just snapped as I went through the rooms.
The first room is the sewing/quilting/crafting supply room. There are several photos here. Notice that items are hung, boxed, labeled etc so I know what is where and can find it immediately.
The bags hanging on the front have current BOMs in them.
This is two of the 4 shelving units like this with folded yardage. Actually there is yardage on each side of a unit which makes 8 sides. I do need to get the flannel blankets done and off to the church as that would eliminate some immediately.
Holiday decorations and fleeces in buckets are in this cubby under the stairs.
OK, that is the room off the studio. Next up: the studio
The quilt hanging at the far end is the “mistake” quilt that I finished binding this morning.
Here is a bedroom that holds my fleeces from last year and this year and the reason I am refreshing my spinning skills. Next year the fleeces will be sold as there are enough here for a few sweaters, scarves, etc.
These are photos of the downstairs rec room/kitchen which is only used for the large cutting table it has and for preparing animal food. There is a large TV there, but isn’t used.
My closet is fairly small, but since I have few clothes, I can fit knitting current yarns in here as well
These are the living room, dining, room and entry areas
This is the kitchen/family room area
and this is the entrance hallway storage.
OK You have seen a large amount of materials, but would you call it hoarding? Does it really look like a hoarders house. Please comment.