Cleaning and Organizing, part two

COE storage and organization before and after.

COE storage and organization before and after.

Aaaahhhh, I spent most of a weekend plus a good chunk of that following week working in the studio last month, but of course I was moving glass containers around, stacking extra pieces here and there, ripping off shelves, running to Home Depot, adding new shelves, and in general trying to figure out how everything was going to fit. Then I started moving the glass.

COE90 storage reorganization, progress!

COE90 storage reorganization, progress! {Side note: very, very glad the new kiln is on a work bench with wheels.}

After neatly transferring all of the COE90 glass currently stacked in the takeout containers, plastic sandwich tubs, and other miscellaneous storage stacks to the new small drawers, it took a few days (really it took HOURS) to make the transfer and then insert them all into their new homes.

COE90 storage containeres. Out with the old and in with the new! And this isn't even near all of the glass...

COE90 storage containeres. Out with the old and in with the new! And this isn’t even near all of the glass…

It has been about 3 weeks since the glass storage was reorganized, and all I have to say is, why did it take me so long to do it? But I have come up with a new future dilemma: having taken the frit fusing class last month at the SGAA conference, I already know I will be eventually building up some frit inventory – so I need to plan for that storage expansion…

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