After deciding a few years ago that I was going to put a whiteboard above my cutting table I finally did it. And by me … I mean Keith! I typically use sticky notes as I’m cutting to track the sizes I need, the number of blocks, etc but the whiteboard will work much better especially when I’m playing in my scraps. When I’ve got them out on the cutting table I like to cut for more than one quilt so being able to easily see what sizes I need to cut will be great.
I was up early this morning waiting for the painters and had errands to run this afternoon but I did get a few more blocks made. I’ll sew some more later but I’m going to sit with Finn a while. He’s being very good but it makes him nervous to hear all the activity going on upstairs.
What a great idea!!
Finn needs lots of love and you and Keith are in charge. Tough duty but someone has to do it.
One of my favorite jobs, loving on my dog. The white board is a great idea. I put up hooks on one wall to hang all of my different rulers, so I can more easily find them, much better than in a draw.
Got to be careful not to erase too early 🙂 Did you take ‘before’ photo’s of the rooms to be painted?
Sticky notes can get lost. A white board? Not so much! That whiteboard is sure to keep you organized, Mary. :o))
Love my whiteboard. It’s old enough there is cork on half 😉 I pin ideas and momentoes there.
I use it in many ways depending on my mood:
1. List of things I want to do this week
2. Listing things I have accomplished because I’m in a ‘what strikes the mood’ phase.
3. Math to figure out stuff
Last spring, I would take a pic each time I filled the board with items complete. It was fun after a few months to see how much I had accomplished and then simply delete the pics from my phone. 😉