Absolutely no sewing was done this weekend. The entire weekend was spent packing up my studio.
It was so hard for me to put my fabric away! I had to remind myself we are only moving across town and the moving vans will deliver everything next week. I can wait that long....can't I? While sorting fabric, I found these leftover orphan blocks. I guess they will be fine boxed up for a week or so.
The big blue plastic bin on the bottom holds my Christmas fabric. The other big blue bin holds quilt kits I have accumulated. WIPs have their own flat, scrapbook size plastic container. I have a special bin for my Hope Valley fabric that I haven't had the courage to cut into... there's a bin for batiks... leftover fat quarters by fabric line are in their own plastic container...of course whites need their own special place. I can't trust anyone else to move these fabrics. They deserve door to door service...too bad I got rid of my big Suburban! I may will definitely be making several trips.
This basket holds my solids and my Amy Butler LOVE WIP. The movers will not be touching this!
I did finally reach the conclusion that some boxes of fabric will have to go with the movers. This process has made me realize that I have too much quite a bit of fabric.
I can't be blamed for this jelly roll showing up at my front door. I ordered this in OCTOBER from Hancock's of Paducah. It has been backordered, and I just forgot about it. Really. Truly, I did;-)
Have an amazing day!!!