« Last post by SuziQz on Today at 04:41:58 PM »
Laurie, LOL! I think since you have things to do with your life besides grooming the dogs, that's understandable.
I don't have a stash per se, but I do like to keep 10-15 yards of assorted denims on hand for jeans. (When I find one I like, I buy a lot of it.)
I'm redoing my sewing room and I found the CUTEST storage container to slide into the corner of my L-shaped desks! Since it holds up to 200 pounds, my denim should be easy to move around! And since it is thick canvas, no light will get in on the sides.
Lookie here: http://www.crateandbarrel.com/steele-square-canvas-bin/s100056
Ulrike, sdBEV, , and others, I don't know about you, but this is making me realize that if I start a garment in the wrong fabric, I should stop putting effort into it as soon as I realize that, unless I am specifically trying to learn a particular technique that deserves repeated practice. Why spend time finishing carefully something that will never be worn in public? Do you often stop a project after realizing the fabric is wrong?It can take me a long time to realize the fabric is wrong. So yes I'll finish takes pics and donate without ever wearing myself. I do hope someone else gets a benefit from my error.
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