Good for you! Enjoy your day going through that fabric and clearing out those adorable, but sneeze inducing dust bunnies! :P
I just figured out why they're called, dust bunnies.
I'm rooting for you, friend!!! :)
Good for you! Time to get rid of all that. And I'll come looking for you if you don't surface within a reasonable amount of time. There's no telling how that fabric will react!
If you don't hear from me by Monday, please send help. And cookies.
Poor poor unloved fabric.Can you give my wife a nudge to do the same? ;-)Ian
So I hope you are sending it to a good home? Check my second blog today, ended up posting two. All your fault. LOL
Two blog posts in one day :-)
We should all do this uncluttering. I have a pile of floral arrangement stuff untouched for decades. Like I will ever get around to doing floral arrangements lol.
Oh my gosh, so you understand. That makes me feel better. Thanks.
Cleaning out the office (which also holds my sewing machine and fabric stash) is my next big project!
I'll cheer you on, when it's your turn.
Thanks for the kind words, don't worry. I've got the boobie dust mask.
Yay for getting rid of stuff you don't need!
Don't get yourself distracted!
Been there, done that. It's hard, but your making a good decision.
If you have some red fabric great for curtains, send it my way. I need new ones in the kitchen!Wear a mask - don't breathe in the dust!
Check back a few posts, you'll see my new super hero mask. Happy Writing :-)
One less dust collector!
Ah, the best laid plans...
.... reach their goal :-)
Give it to someone who can use it.
No someone who can't use it?
Haha! I'm sure you'll survive to tell the tale :D
Good bye?? Did you throw it out into the cold, cruel world, unloved and unused?
Incoming .. snowball .. right at your nose.
What the heck did you do with the ding dang fabric?Cheers!Linda :o)
Ding dang fabric, lololol.
I hate dusting. Be careful. Those dust bunnies are deadly. LOL!
They are, buggers.
I am cheering here! :)
Thanks, Linda :-)
Very impressive! I know it's hard to sometimes let go of old supplies. BTW, I keep my fabric in tubs.
Some of mine is in big clear plastic containers, too. But not all of it. We once had an entire wall of fabric, plus a second wall. Some still on their bolts and wrapped in plastic. Other pieces, weren't as lucky.