So much for getting anything done

I was going to sew something this morning, couldn't decide which fabric to use so I decided to look for the reproduction fabrics I knew I had from way back when I still quilted (that would be when we still lived in Oklahoma, more than 11 years ago). Spent a "happy" 30 minutes or so digging my way though one of the closets in my studio - the one in the far corner - shifting heavy storage boxes working my way through the 2 stacks in the center first, then on to the one on the left. No luck. Finally tackled the stack on the right. Sure enough, the box on the very bottom had the fabrics. By now, it's too late to get started. Sheesh!
But I just realized yet again that I need to get rid of lots of stuff. Found at least a dozen unquilted tops along with projects in progress (with no instructions and no idea what they were meant to be). I think the thrift stores will be receiving a few bags full of "stuff" and I'd better not pursue what one of the many sewing blogs I just discovered inspired me to start - hunt for vintage fabric. After all, some of my stuff is old enough to almost qualify for vintage. Sheesh again!


Anonymous said...

Wow! You've not only got lots of fabric, it comes in sets! LOL If I could still sew, I'd tell you to send me the red hibiscus.

Henrysmomsmusings said...

And I'd probably send it, too. There is such a thing as too much (fabric, beads, etc. etc.) I'm coming to realize.

abeadlady said...

Now you don't really believe that, do you Doris? Can't be too much! LOL. Nice batch of goodies there.

Henrysmomsmusings said...

You haven't seen my stashes, Arline :-)