One more hard day of lugging a laundry basket up the stairs loaded down with fabric, I don't know how many times. My knees are telling me it was a few too many times though.
When I finally got all the fabric up and sorted, then I started bring up the drawers from my sewing table and the leaves for the cutting table. At least I got the men to bring up the tables, though.
It looks a little bare right now, but I'm sure I'll have it all junked up very soon.
In fact, I think I'll be out there sewing up a storm first thing in the morning. I really wanted to sew tonight, but I'm just too tired.
One of the fun and interesting things about reorganizing my stash was getting re-acquainted with and counting all the pieces of fabric I have.
I will admit it, I am a fabricoholic.
I have some really ugly pieces of Elvis fabric - (I can't believe they let them license them).
I have 116 pieces of fabric with a horse motif, 2 that are zebras, 3 with cowboy boots, and 1 seahorses. (Most of these are 1/2 yard pieces).
I was astonished to find I have 414 pieces of paisley fabrics.
I have a big stack of hand-dyed fabrics by Judy Robertson from her yard of the month program.
I am short on yellows, but I have golds. And Diane B is right, I have way too many browns.
I have a lot of plaids. I have some Kaffe Fassett fabrics I would love to use.
I need to start using this fabric. Now.
I'd like to make quilts, but I don't know what to do with them. I'd really like to just make the tops and have someone else quilt them. You wanna? We could donate them.