I am making huge progress in my stash reduction process. I have an obscene amount of quilting fabric, but not a lot of yardage. It’s mostly remnants and scraps. And it’s not disorganized; the fabric is already sorted by color or style into Rubbermaid totes, and the totes are neatly labeled on both ends. I… Continue reading Stash Reduction Project Part One – I’m not really throwing anything away.
Winter is coming… there’s no getting around it now. The tops of the trees are just starting to glow with flaming, indescribable words. That incredible red/pink/orange/yellow color has no name. It’s just one last gift from God before all color disappears for several months. I will make my home bright, to warm it up. Winter… Continue reading Warm Colors, Warm Wool, Warm, Warm, Warm
I was seriously disappointed today to learn that Cranston is moving their fabric printing plants out of the United States. For many years, I have promoted their fabrics because they were made domestically. It’s always a good thing to provide employment locally. Their fabric has been inexpensive and of a reliable quality. Primarily, however, I… Continue reading VIP Cranston