My IKEA shelves are finally assembled thanks to my handyman friend Jorge!!!
I spent some time yesterday sorting my fabric. As you can see, I still have a long way to go, but during the process I made some observations: I have way too much pink fabric; I seem to like purple if it is batik; I can't seem to cut into my Hope Valley fabric; my fabric inventory confirms that I like blue and green but not orange (again it's a FSU/Gator thing); and that no matter how much space you have, you always need more ;-)
The fabric that was in these bins is now neatly folded, sorted and looking pretty on my shelves.
These two big rubbermaid containers, red bag and box hold fabric that needs to be sorted.
Here's a peek inside the red bag. OMQG member Beth brought back all these scraps from her week in Kansas City sewing for veterans. I think I'm going to put these in grab bags for a future guild challenge.
Speaking of which, here is the "ugly" fabric I received for our guild challenge. In my opinion, it's not ugly at all. Still, I can't decide what to do with it. We don't have any rules other than to use this fabric in a project for October's show and tell. Any suggestions?
Have an amazing day!!!