Wow! Did I ever make the lists last week! I think I filled up half a notebook! Now to get all the ideas sorted and DONE — methinks that part will take awhile . . .
Did you make any more lists? Or just work on a list you already had? Truthfully, working on a list you already have is probably way more productive than just making more lists, but I had some waiting time where I couldn’t do much else, so that’s what I do when I’m stuck somewhere waiting — make more lists — I can’t help myself!
The good news for you in all that is that I have LOTS of new ideas for fun stuff for next year, so stick around — there’s a lot coming your way on the ol’ blog in the coming months!
For now, we have to hunker down for the final few organizing tasks of the year, and this week’s is yet another necessary repeat (at least for me):
I have this box that needs to be sorted and put away:
And this pile:
And in order to get it put away, I’ll be forced to organize a bin, simply so I can get the lid back on it! See how that works?
I’m also wanting to deal with the scraps a little more, cutting some more of them up to put away in my pre-cut bins to get them out of the way.
This is always a very dangerous task for me, because every time I do it, I end up starting a new scrap quilt — sometimes more than one! Does this mean an intervention might be in order? Or does this happen to you, too?
Have you managed to keep your fabric organized from the very start? Or does yours seem to get a little out of control as you work? I’m hoping that by addressing the issue every few weeks I can force myself to keep it from getting as bad as it might get otherwise.
Then again, maybe I just have too much — gasp! Is there any such thing? Surely not!
But if you’ll excuse me, I need to go start another scrap quilt — or two! It’s gotta be used up, right?