Or at least we do!
At least this room doesn’t have as many areas to work around ---it’s a pretty straight-forward rectangle.
We started by emptying shelves and clearing the desk and moving furniture out of the studio side to the “other” side…..there is talk of finding new shelf units that don’t bend and bow with the weight of books.
The big yellow cord that ran from one side of the basement to the other so that the iron could be on a separate circuit? We ran that cord through the ceiling......Yay for small improvements!
You can see all the “STUFF” pushed to the corner where I usually sew!
The plan is to work this in sections ----placing the carpet tiles in the front half, shifting everything to the newly carpeted area, and then finishing the back half. We want to move the long arm as little as possible…carpet behind it…push it all the way back onto the new carpet, and continue…
Do you recognize this tile?!
This house was built in the 1970s. I think I can guess how old this linoleum tile is! LOL!
After putting the adhesive down on the front side of the room…the plan is to run to town for some errands while it dries ----here is my list! ((Oh I love the voice to text on my phone..makes list making easy!))
I’m sure that Lowes won’t be as bad of a run as going to the grocery store ---that drink pitcher and the syrup may wait til another day!
Still planning on Quilt-Cam time from the dining room at 9pm Eastern tonight – who will be there? I’m sure many of you will be too busy, but I’m anxious to plug in that new featherweight and give it a whirl!