Studios magazine has just arrived at 5pm so there's tomorrow morning's job all organised. I think they are pretty-well all presold somehow. This is my studio page - and when I find the camera I will take the same shot tomorrow - I think the pristine part has gone. I had no idea what photos went as Bruce took 100s and then he and Ian sat at the computer and laughed at all the ones of me. I am pleased not to smiling since I always muff it but this is more like what I do , head down, probably bum up, busy at work. And I am thrilled that the outside of the studio made it in - gives it a special Aussie flavour as there isn't anyone else included from down under.
My working table is fabulous - it's one of those kitchen thingies with a marble top - very suitable for heat guns etc and paint etc and I just pop an old towel over it and iron on it as well. Al l my tools and stuff fit nicely in the drawers and cupboards which open both sides. It was a good buy.
ps afterthought - I found the camera and took a picture of right now similar spot - not as untidy as I thought but definitely work happening on my big table
ps yes I am very lucky indeed to have such a wonderful studio - it makes our outdoor living area just that much more wonderful and the whole area is a super place to relax in after a hard Thread Studio day.
Aussie-Jo - the floor is indeed polished concrete which I love - easy to clean, warm in winter and cool in summer and I never stay still in one place long enough to know if it is hard on my feet