Friday, May 29, 2009

For Donna

This photo is especially for Donna. Linda and I were chatting on the phone the other day, and we were discussing my stash and some recent enhancements. Because technology is just so amazing now, I was able to take a picture of the stash closet with my phone and just send the picture on over to her - instant sharing - amazing!

So, she said I needed to share the picture with Donna too ...

(I think she's really actually teasing me - because compared to both of them, my stash is miniscule) But I'm working on it ... really I am :-)

And just so you know, bottom left are my fat quarters ... and all the rest is yardage, some as much as 5 yards. So much more fabric here than it appears ... honest!!

18 comments:

Karen said...

Looks like a very well organized stash. And it is great the way technology has enhanced our quilting lives.

Sew Many Ways... said...

Fabulous stash. Mine is so small compared to most. I don't see it getting bigger any time soon. Our oldest is off to college in a few months and our youngest the next year. I'll be fabric poor for a while:(
~Karen~

Screen Door said...

What a tidy cabinet--- Looks like a bunch of quilt dreams to me.....

Bonnie said...

It looks gorgeous!!! I love having my yardage folded in cabinets like this. being able to shut out the light and the dust....opening up the cupboards is like opening a box of crayons..oh the possibilities!

Bonnie

Darlene said...

And from those fat quarters come some fabulous beauties! :-)

Michele said...

I'm so impressed with how tidy and organized your fabric cupboard is! I'm also jealous. Perhaps you could come visit and do mine, too? lol

Thanks for sharing!

Hugs, M

tami said...

Your stash is so neat. I just manage to get mine all straightened up and as soon as I pull for one quilt it's all disorganized again. I see some gorgeous quilts in it.

LC said...

Looks pretty yummy to me... the size of the stash is not as important as what you do with what you have!

Elaine Adair said...

OMGosh - I can't stand it! Me, barely able to get into my Studio, a quilt on the sewing table, 2 tops on my small pressing table, a coat that needs pressing hanging on the door, limiting entry, 2 quilts in my car trunk meant for taking to the QS, and another in the trunk for Linus Quilts, a huge bag of sewing/quilting stuff in progress from sewing last night. Wahhhhhh, the cabinet drawers will not close, fabric spilling out - should I go on? 8-(( Send some of that energy to me, please.

Now, Miss Neatness ( grin ) how long will this stay in such pristine condition? Will you actually keep it that way??

Clare said...

I know you're a Fly Lady freak, but is it just possible that that is the only tidy cupboard in the house? (ducking!)

You'll be relieved to know that mine is smaller than yours and everything is in plastic boxes because of the dust which somehow makes it look a lot!

Chookyblue...... said...

1st person I have heard saying there is more there then it looks..........lol......mostly saying it is not as much as it looks.........lol........wished mine was that organised........

Christine said...

Talk about neat... don't think mine will ever look like that.

cheers
Christine

Suze said...

I can see a lot of warm quilts in that cupboard. Even some fabrics that I have also.

Lori in South Dakota said...

That's not a stash, that's just a "good start"!! Laughing all the way to the quilt store!

*karendianne. said...

Ravishing! I'm in love. ;)

Anonymous said...

Hi Tazzie, Your stash is much improved from the last picture I saw...and you know first hand how much neater yours is than mine!! ;-)
Look forward to our Paducah trip next year so you can do some serious adding to it.

Just got back from one of our Batts quilt retreats, this one at Karen's in the mountains. Wish you could have joined us!!

Thanks for the picture.
Donna

nanatee said...

great stash storage..I'm working on getting mine organized...bigger job than planned.
by the way lovely quilts
nanatee

Hanne said...

I love your stash Tazzie, and I am aiming at making mine smaller all the time.
What I see is that my older fabrics are not catching my eyes when I am into a new project, so it is no reason for me to keep a huge stash :-)

I have enjoyed my morning tea reading up on your blog today - a very pleasant visit, as always :-)

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