I am! And a good thing is, that there were two huge cardboard boxes
of really, Really, REALLY old stash down at the end of the original
table, and getting ready for this project I cleared them out. Some
I will to donate to Goodwill, some to the Senior Center, the rest to
the landfill. I also made some decisions about some Unfinished
I do, here is my DSIL using it as he was working:
I have two wheeled chairs in that room. I can also whip from sewing
machine to supply cabinet without having to walk. ;-D
That's a real dream project. What a great SIL. Enjoy every minute using you
wonderful new work area.
You mention UFO'S. I pulled out a table runner I started at leas 7 or 8 yea
rs ago, plled out a million stitches and edge stitched. Not happy with my s
titching, so tomorrow I will make a run down to JOANNs and get some black
bias tape and finish it off with that. I put to much work into before this
to leave it sit in a box.
It is, and he is!
Several of my UFOs will be dismatled and the fabric donated, the
projects no longer fit my style.
A few are going to be offered to my DDs, in case they really want
Welsh double-cloth wool
(teal and olive YIKES!) for a reversible jacket. I bought
the fabric in Victoria BC. many years ago, never got aroundtoit.
I also pulled out a white eyelet 'New Look' dress I made for myself
in about 1960... bust 35", waist 22"... :-} The fabric is
perfect, it will make someone a nice bassinette cover... or
Luckily, I also came across the "Grandmother's Flower Garden" quilt
pieced by DH's grandmother, given to her DDIL, then given to me by
my DMIL, never quilted. My DDs and DGC are interested in having it
finished, so I will be researching local quilting circles.