Anyway, I absolutely love this cabinet. I don't know what school she called home. But she still had intact most of her cards from her previous career. We couldn't decide where she should go, so she's been living in our garage. Well, today was her lucky day, and mine. I cleaned her up, and we moved her to a place of honor next to the front door. I did have to exchange some of her drawers with those from another cabinet that was not completely intact, but I kind of like her mismatched appearance.
It is truly amazing how many UFOs I can fit into these long narrow drawers. Maybe now that they're within easy reach instead of languishing in the back of a closet or the bottom of a bag, some of them might see completion. Or maybe not...at least they don't take up so much space now.
Oh, and another feature in her favor, she holds my long needles perfectly!
And, yes, I'm still a library geek. I can walk into a library, no matter the size, and immediately feel like I've come home. But I've also evolved into a yarn geek, so using the cabinet for all my fibery treasures is a match made in heaven -- geek heaven.
I love that cabinet; she's a beauty for sure! I was a library aide in high school, too. If my printer would scan at the moment I'd prove it...lol.
I could see me using one of those for storing dried herbs, so cool.
What a fun cabinet! I'm sure all those drawers will be full soon!
I love, love, love that cabinet. It's perfect for all your fibery treasures and your needles. I too adore libraries and also bookstores. Wouldn't it be fun to have a bookstore downtown?
How does Larry find all these goodies?
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