along the way to conquering the fabric stash

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It’s been a short, busy week of laundering & filing the fabric stash.  That brown pile from last week has been laundered, measured, bagged & filed in it’s drawer.

Filing fabric by colour has been enlightening. Here are some of the things I’m learning along the way ~

  • It’s a toss up between red and green for most popular colour, along with a healthy brown section, and an even healthier mustard.
  • There’s barely any blue or black, and only 1 white. One of the blues is pictured above.
  • Most of my fabric is either summer or transitional weight.

wildflower dress?

Hmmmm . . .

So. Am I racing to fill the gaps?

Nooo… Better that more of this stash gets sewn.

And more about that in other posts. 😊


6 thoughts on “along the way to conquering the fabric stash”

  1. ohmygoodness!!! This is such pretty fabric! Of course, since I don’t make many skirts or blouses or anything like that, my first thought for this was an apron and some mug rugs.

    1. Thank you so much! Guess the print overwhelms me, which doesn’t happen too often. As it’s a drapey rayon, am thinking clothing, of course. 👗👚

    1. Thank you! So glad you like it. Actually, haven’t decided what to do with it yet. Have 5 yds! Could use a loose kimono-style jacket over plenty of other things, so that’ll probably account for some. Isn’t the print is too large for a blouse?

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