Brutal

Have a question or want to show off your project? Post it! No Registration Necessary.  Now with pictures!

Threaded View
I have spent several days preparing "stuff" for donation.  I came  
across lots and Lots and LOTS of fabric, some largish bits left over  
from completed projects, some entire 5-6 yard pieces I never made up  
(and don't even remember what they were going to be!).  I have  
sorted by content, marked the yardage, and am bundling them up to  
take over to the Senior Center.

The only pieces I paused at were the 2 yards of darling juvenile  
print from DGS's nursery (he's 27 now) and several pieces of white  
eyelet for the bassinette cover I made for DGD (she's 22).   I did  
call DD to be sure she didn't want them for any future grands, but  
she is pretty sure she will never have any.

Feeling pretty good about clearing so much stuff out. ;-D

Beverly  


Re: Brutal

Quoted text here. Click to load it

That's hard, clearing out fabric is a trip down memory lane for sure.  
Bravo for even getting onto the right head space to do it.


--  
Claire in Montreal FRANCE
http://claireowenperso.free.fr

Re: Brutal
Claire in France wrote:

<snip>

Quoted text here. Click to load it

I had to clear a path in order to have an old refrigerator removed.  
I am making room for a new freezer, so I was very motivated.

Amazing how much one accumulates in 46 years in the same house. :-}

Beverly  


Re: Brutal



Claire in France wrote:

<snip>

Quoted text here. Click to load it

I had to clear a path in order to have an old refrigerator removed.
I am making room for a new freezer, so I was very motivated.

Amazing how much one accumulates in 46 years in the same house. :-}

Beverly

I've almost completed doing the same thing in the sewing room in the SC  
house.  Whew!  what a job!  What a nice feeling!
Barbara, on an extended FL vacation  


Site Timeline