Sunday, November 28, 2010
I made the back table into my ironing space and the other one into the cutting space. Bins are stacked neatly, although I will admit that most of them have strips and bits dumped unceremoniously into them so I really don't know what is in each one till I look. Little bits are too hard to sort and as long as it LOOKS neat, Ms. Closet may give me her seal of approval. It's the most you can hope for, Ms. Closet!
All this sorting started because it is Jennifer's birthday tomorrow. Jen is so thrilled with the quilt she is making that she is talking about making a "next one." Since I have so much fabric, I picked out some scraps of various sizes and trimmed them. Then I cut some 6" strips from larger pieces I had.
In the meantime, I am so exhausted from cleaning and sorting and cutting and rolling that I can't do what I need to do on these nice clean tables. Oh, well.
Friday and Sat, my friends Bill and Lisa had open studios and I sold nearly half the scarves I had given them. The rest will go up on my blog for holiday shopping, sometime in the next few days.
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