What, you don't have a shelf full of droids?
My extremely dirty compost container and some plants propagating in the kitchen.
I need to get back into the quilting rhythm so this On My Mind... is all about some quilting inspiration. Although I failed at my madcatquiltsbom2017, I want to get back into sewing new blocks each month:
1. I've really been wanting to do some drunkard's path blocks. Shown above is one from SloStudio but I also love this one from Twiggy and Opal.
2. These angled 1/4 log cabins wouldn't be a new block for me but I'm inspired by the ones the Lilac Cat is working on.
3. Of course, just after I decide to give up on the Honey Pot Bee, I love both of September's blocks.
Here's a good post on working in a small sewing space.
And here is an article for being productive in the space you have.
I loved seeing the progression and the finish of this amazing lighthouse quilt by Sew Slowly!
One of my goals for the Fall and Autumn cleaning is to reorganize my fabric. Here's the before:
Hopefully the after will come soon! For now, I'm really not sure what to do with all this fabric. I don't want to purchase any new storage and the cardboard boxes don't not work. But they don't work well, either. Not to mention this isn't all my fabric, of course! This is just what managed to stay on the shelves. My husband and I have some days off together coming up and we plan on doing some stash busting projects, so that will be a great motivation to go thru all this. Any tips or tricks for No Waste/No Consumption stash organization?
How many gems can you name?
We've been moving things around at home, hoping to display more of our collections.