Here is my view while sitting at my computer, if I lean far enough to the left and peer around my monitor. My "fabric buffet" has a few new additions, like a couple of buntings, a work-in-progress (the round thing) and three prints from the Pretty Maids series. Also, you might spy a stack of Monica's adorable Holiday Happy fabric waiting for me to work up the courage to cut into it. I am such a wimp in that department, which explains why my ratio of fabric owned vs projects sewn is so completely out of whack.
The impetus for the studio primp is that I was interviewed by my local paper for a feature that will run next weekend, and I did a bit of a fluff for the photographer. Similar to having company on the way, I was motivated to do lots of stashing and a bit of styling. I finally addressed some forgotten corners, like this little shelf to the right of my sewing machine.
I strung a length of baker's twine and arranged a few doll dresses there, along with some vintage Humpty Dumpties and an Egg Fella from the Black Apple. I'd been planning to set up some kind of cheerful vignette in that space for ages!
There are more new touches around the studio, but the explanation of why I am not sharing more photos involves much aggravated ranting about my camera, and I don't want to bore you all.
Which brings me to my question... which of these photographs do you think was taken with a fancy-pants camera, and which with a point-and-shoot camera???