Kept In Stitches

Confessions of a fabric hoarder

So, occasionally my lack of fabric organization gets to me.  Picture this, Thursday afternoon and an ambitious thought rings in…”I should do some cleaning”.  The first 30 minutes were filled with revelations like “why am I keeping this and I doubt I will ever get around to finishing this”.   I’m so proud of myself for making a pile of stuff to be donated.  But wait there is a tote that needs to be gone through.  The spiral begins….Christmas fabric…hmmmm!  I can’t get rid of it and yet I know there is very little chance I will use it.  And there is a huge tote of all this seasonal fabric.  What is a quilter to do?  Yes, I’ve got, I will stop cleaning and start a new project.  That is my way of getting rid of Christmas fabric.  Hours later I still have to work around the beginning of my cleaning project.  After all I do have my priorities.  I’m lost in cutting fabric and I keep finding even more Christmas fabric.tumblers

 

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