So the new plans have cupboards above all the counters except where the sewing machine ans pressing/planning spot is. Extra lights over that spot and lights under cupboards specially by the scrap booking station. Desk tops are 18 inches wide and 32 inches high with 35 inches high where ironing and the sewing machine inset into a desk (probly not the set up I have now as its not made for my machine and it just wont work (I've tried) but I have found plans to make a desk into an inset sewing machine holder at 27" high) Wall lights by window seat and bookcases on each side. Window seat is 12-15 inches wide and probly 17 inches high. I also marked all the registers and plug ins and the modem plug on the plans so I know where they are. Probly wont put any curtains on the window but its still an option later on. Id like to remove closet doors but not sure hubby will like that.
I have been trying to work on some smaller started projects I have and get them out of the way. Smaller ones work better for now as I am putting them away every night so they don't get coffee stains on them. One day I will find a way to leave them out safely. I actually finished one that was on my resolution list (yay) but that still leaves lots more to go.
( seed package from resolution list :)
I see when I started it last it wasn't centered,
probly why I quit but it all fit so I guess it'll work)
(Love this Eeyore bookmark)
(just started this magnet one, see my horsey floss holder)
(and a while ago was gonna make shirts for all the babies
oops no ones gotten one yet,
although I did make a few blankets and give them away)
I have many many horsey cross stitches I have collected over the years, some I have done but many not finished yet. I can only work on them for a little bit at a time cause my thumb gets sore from holding the needle, trying to work my way up so it doesn't but still only can get about an hour in at once. I have a whole bunch of cross stitches that are done that I need to do something with but that's a whole nother story.
(so many but I love them all)
I have lots of wood projects going on but I have a hard time doing that in the winter, my shop can be heated but its not insulated so it still is cold unless by the stove. And if I wanna cut or sand too much I prefer the door open or doing it outside so I wait till warmer weather. But I do plan on building a window seat in the dining area this spring as soon as the snow goes, no need to bring wetness inside.