On a quest to get organized this year…
since I never toss anything and still have everything I’ve ever owned…
I made a scarf ladder.
Plus I used up crooked wood that…I couldn’t toss!
I made a spindle ladder a few weeks ago with the purpose of holding scarves.
But it turned out toooo cute! Even if I say so myself. 🙂
Click here to see the spindle ladder. It’s still leaning in the kitchen. It’s going to be fun to decorate for seasons and holidays.
So, I needed a not so cute ladder!
I started off pulling out of the little workshop a couple of 1 by 2 by 8 feet long crooked wood. Plus round spindles from old chairs and a piece of leftover dowel. The 1 by 2 were left 8 feet long! Yep, the ladder is 8 feet tall. We have high ceilings in our closet.
I checked…after making the ladder…whew!
I made this ladder the same as that cute spindle ladder except I used screws instead of nails in this one.
If you make one use nails!!!
Because as the drill is screwing into the round spindles and dowels…they spin too! :/
This ladder is not as cute…
But perfect to bury it in scarves.
As you can see, I’m a scarf gal. Some of them I’ve had since the late 70’s! The best thing about scarves…
they fit no matter your weight gain or loss. 🙂
I really don’t toss things!!!!
What items do you have trouble tossing??
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