We moved to another state in Japan last weekend (on 29th October to be exact)
The move went smoothly, it was a perfect day and the movers did a good job packing, loading and later unloading our stuff in the new home...
Pictured above - the moving truck with quilted covers used to cover the oversize stuff i.e fridge, telly, table, washing machine, etc to protect them from bump and bruises *grin*
My studio was all packed within an hour by 1 lady mover. It went from this..
...to this lonely and cold room full with panda boxes... It took me more than 1 week to get everything into the boxes the last time we moved.. my theory - we are attached to our items, we tend to ponder and daydream of yummy projects, thus taking longer to get the job done *grin*
Pictured - the view of my studio a day after the move..
The best thing was all the boxes were labeled and the movers sorted them into its designated areas..
It took several days and lots of pushing and pulling, but after almost a week, I'm happy to report that basically everything is in its place and I have even started sewing again, working on some small projects..
Pictured - my sewing and cutting area
Pictured - Fabrics, books, notion
I am happy to report that I have a secret nook for my stash.. It is small and hidden and I am totally loving the headache it is causing me to organise the space..
Pictured above - sturdy moving boxes stacked on top of each other and arranged vertically (6 boxes all together) to form a cabinet to store fabrics, old clothes waiting to be recycled, batting, packing plastics and etc. The top shelf is used to store smaller cut fabrics (mostly FQ and FE) and some other remnants..