...if you show me yours. Stash that is. Fabric STASH!. Dirty bird!
Sarah at Sarah Quilts is hosting a stash sharing link party and has invited everyone to join. Don't mind if I do...
Well here is mine in all it's glory! I have limited space (1/2 closet) to store mine. I'm sure it's more than others but one day I dream of having a beautiful white hutch with all these lovelies on display. And a cutting table. And two sewing machines set up, one for piecing and one for quilting. And a display wall. And a quilt display wall. And an iron station. Oh, a girl could dream! Post Edit - In case you were having a hard time imagining what I am thinking, Sarah from Sarah Quilts shared this link with me...Olabelhe's Studio.
Ok, back to reality. Right now, I like to use magazine boards to wrap my 1 yards into mini bolts. Anything less than that gets put in the middle basket. It's mostly FQ or large remnants from my LQS.
In the shoe boxes above is all my QALs or quilts in progress. I then have bins for flannels, knits, small remnants, quilting and embroidery supplies, layer cakes & jelly, and charm packs. Nothing too exciting.
I use chalk board labels I made on my silhouette to stay organized. I have an over-the-door shoe organizer to hold all my scraps by color or collections. Easy to see and grab from when I need to work from scraps. When it gets too full, then I take them all out and cut them into quilting squares. I hate that part of scrap busting!
I've been doing the 'stash of the month' club from Pink Castle Fabrics for the last 4 months. So far I've received yellows, greys, pinks, reds and then this month is low volume.
Here is my stack of low volume and text. :) Doesn't it look fun? I cant bring myself to start using them.
And that my friends is it. Oh, and I leave you with my sweet big relish riding a "quarter" horse.