PROJECTS in bags on shelves
STUFF more properly called notions but when Ruby is looking to use something we refer to it as "in the stuff"
A BIG BOX OF DRESSMAKING PATTERNS - including the first skirt I made which if I recollect ended up having more than twenty different incarnations through my teenage remnant sewing years
A BIG CRATE OF DRESSMAKING FABRIC
A SMALL CRATE OF WIERD/OR UNALLOCATED FABRIC - including net, felt, that piece of stuff the kid's dad's mum gave me that I can't find a use for but she gave me it and I wont part with it
then comes the quilting fabric
BIG CRATE OF YARDAGE
MIDDLE SIZED BOX OF FAT QUARTER(ISH) FABRICS
BIG CRATE OF SCRAPS (this is the box that the lid barely fits on)
I am obsessed with fabric (no). Get me, I always say fabric. I remember being admonished by Mrs Gow (Needlecraft and Dress Teacher Extraordinaire) for saying material. Apparently everything man made was made of some kind of material, the kind of material we used was fabric.
So, I've joined this swap. (Yes, the reason for this post, what it's long already and I havn't started yet, oh, yeah). This meant that I had to go rummaging through the scrap box. It's a walk through my quilt history. I loved it
Here's a quick pic of what I've sent: