Its not a sob story just a practical reality and I know its no different to many others
but j and I have a room we laughingly call The Study.
No, I am not sure why...we don't really sit in there and Study.
Mostly it's the room to put things out of children's way and somewhere to work at a computer if needed.
The room is plenty big enough but often ends up in a mess
I don't have the energy but it is a good time to take stock.
which is why I emptied ALL my craft books/supplies and general might be useful for something junk out and sorted it.
yes, there was a lot,
yes, it took a long time,
no, I didn't just give up half way through and walk off but I was very tempted.
In an attempt to get this last bit of the job done a little quicker I am going to list all the books here.
Maybe you could have a glance through and if you see something you fancy just email me and you can have it for the price of posting and packaging.
Constance Howard book of Stitches.
Glorafilla- The Venice Collection ( 25 Tapestry projects)
Arts and Crafts of South America by Lucy Davies and Mo Fini.
Living out loud by Keri Smith
Colour Perception by Tim Armstrong
Stroud International Textiles festival booklet 2009. (Profiles of Artists etc)
Art of the Stitch. Embroiderers Guild Exhibition Catalogue
Beyond the Round by Freda Robinson. A pamphlet about braiding
Goldwork. A small book on technique.
Fashions and Fashion plates 1800-1900 ( a small old book that has nice prints in it.)
Quilt Art 20 a exhibition catalogue.
Hardanger Embroidery by Sigrid Bright
The Embroiderers Workbook by Jan Messent
A Passion for Patchwork by Lise Bergene -- a project book.
...and then it can be junk at your house rather than mine....
No.. No, I meant it can be a useful book that you have always wanted!