Wednesday, March 30, 2011

The Storage Space Blues



I recently installed a behind-the-door storage rack to hold stabilizers and other oddball things that end up rolling around my studio... and that experience led me to creating this little Quilter's  Fable for you (based on one of my favorite children's book, If You Give a Moose a Muffin by Laura Joffe Numeroff:


If you give a quilter a studio, she's going to want to create storage space.

And to create storage space, she'll want to go to The Container Store.


At the Container Store, she'll buy some Elfa storage equipment.

 To assemble the new storage equipment, she'll need to get out the power tools.


 When she gets out the power tools, she'll assemble all of the storage equipment and be delighted with her new space.
 


 Once she has more storage space, she's going to want to buy more fabric and supplies to put in it.



Once she has more fabric and supplies, she'll discover that the storage space is full.


And when she discovers that the storage space is full,

She's going to want a bigger studio.

10 comments:

Terry said...

This is painfully relevant to my life right now!

nicolette said...

Love your fable!! And it is so true!

Gerrie said...

LOL!

Sleen said...

Bwhahahahaha! I love it!!

Judy Sommerfield-Fox said...

. . . or, you can get the husband and kids to move out and you can take over the whole house!!!

Terri Stegmiller said...

You got that right!

JB said...

What a kick. You hit the story right on!

mary.keasler@gmail.com said...

So delightfully true.

Helen Conway said...

There's a shop called The Container Store??!! And you didn't take me there????
And you know how much this fable is my current life story!

Mary Lou said...

Painfully true! We never have enough storage for all the fun WIP we have going on! Thanks for a bright spot in the day!