…or at least they equal superhuman powers to bend the time space continuum in order to produce infinite efficiency and effective crafting. Because I am single with two cats and feel like a bump on a log in comparison to some of the great woman that I read about in the blogisphere who are able to take care of children AND produce more crafty goodness than me. AMAZING. My hat is off to you ladies.
Anyhoo, I may not be as productive as these superhuman gals, but I am making steps in the right direction by organizing my fabric stash.
It was getting a little out of control and I just couldn’t handle it anymore. I stopped unpacking things out of the bag simply for lack of space…that was the first sign of a problem. So I spent hours washing my fabrics and hanging them with trouser hangers in my closet. These are just a smidge of the wovens I have, the knits still need to find a home. I am tagging them with fabric content and yardage for easy reference. I am hoping that this will be my motivation to get my booty in gear. I still have a way to go before this organization project is complete but supposedly the first steps are the hardest.
To conclude today’s post I leave you with a chat conversation me and Jill were having during my fabric reorganization. This came after my astonishment at how much fabric I had and my resolve to get busy and widdle away the stash:
BFF: You know as soon as you start making a dent in the fabric stash, you’ll buy more
Me: I know! Its an addiction. I am just an addict waiting to happen. Good thing I don’t do drugs
BFF: well if you did, you’d be very organized about it
Me: LOL! OMG that is hilarious
BFF: yup. You’d be timing how long until you’d need another hit and budgeting for drugs every month
Me: LOL. LMAO! OMG you are crazy!
BFF: you know i’m right…hee
Me: I know that is why I can’t stop laughing
BFF: girl…do I know you, or do I know you!
Me: yup we both know each other better than we know ourselves