I want to be a hermit seamstress in a treehouse with yarn


It is blissfully nice to be able to unpack my things and start organizing my new room. While my summer was amazing, it was getting more than a little tiring to be continuously living out of suitcases and boxes. In fact, I went on a huge grocery shopping spree this weekend and spend nearly all of yesterday cooking. It was so nice to be able to try a bunch of the recipes I bookmarked ages ago!


I’m also mostly in denial about the fact that school starts up again tomorrow. To be fair, two of my four classes are on Monday, and we have today off, so I get to ease into the first week with only two classes. So I really shouldn’t be complaining.


In my defense, I’ve been separated from my yarn stash and my sewing machine since the end of June. I found a few dresses I had been working on right before I left for France and nearly cried. I’ll just be locking myself in my scrumptious new room for a straight week to work on all of these thankyouverymuch.


Or I could be a responsible adult and go do the four chapters of reading that one of my professors has already so kindly assigned. (Although to be honest, I already snuck a peek at the first chapter and the book sounds awesome! </hermione>)


One of my favorite things about my new room is the built in shelving. I was almost a little overwhelmed while I was unpacking, trying to decide what I should put on each of the shelves. I’m pretty happy with the way this one turned out. Excuse the chaos in the top and bottom shelves. I had thought I’d found all my yarn but then discovered three more bags I had forgotten about. Whoops. Who’s not allowed to buy yarn anymore for a while? -raises hand-

I hope everyone’s having a great long weekend!

5 thoughts on “I want to be a hermit seamstress in a treehouse with yarn”

  1. I totally know what you mean! Were in the middle of a move and boy I can’t wait to get into the new house, start cooking and baking again and set up my craft room. Yours looks lovely x

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