Yesterday I spent the better part of the day
organizing my sewing room......again :)
Above are my fat quarters, half yards,
charm packs, and in the zipper bags
I have fabric bundles for quilts that are waiting to be born :)
This is my fabric stash of "1 yard and up" fabrics
wrapped around comic book boards.
It makes me happy to look at it :)
The messy fabrics at the bottom are
home decor weight fabrics that I use
for tote bags and pillows and such.
Seeing all this makes me realize that I have
more than enough fabric to last me a while.
I keep seeing new collections
that I instantly fall in love with
so in order to make room for new fabrics,
I absolutely have to use up some
of my stash fabrics.....pronto!
So my plan is to go on a fabric fast
and not buy any new fabrics
until I make a dent in what I already have.
And with that in mind,
I used a few yards from my stash
and made these 2 new grocery bags.
The one with the roosters and red and cream striped canvas
is definitely for me
and I made the green canvas one
just because it's fun!
I used my favorite Keyka Lou pattern.
It's so FTS! (fun to sew).
I never get tired of making these.
You can make one in under an hour
and I always get so many complements
at the grocery store :)