Time for scraps and discarding


Time to use scraps again.   However do they multiply so rapidly.   There are probably enough scraps to make 20 lap quilts, so this is my start.  I still need another 4-6 rows, but I ran out of energy.   I’m just hoping these stay on the board until I get back to sewing them together.


The other part of the day, I spent cleaning this area.   If it doesn’t all fit, then it is time to toss.   So some magazines and some yarn is moving out in addition to all the items that were moved to the area they belonged and the papers, catalogues, etc that I tossed.  Mother’s old sewing cabinet holds my spinning items and the two baskets on the right of the bookcase hold sock and other yarn that I plan to use in the near future.

2 Responses

  1. Charlene S says:

    Re-evaluating your use of space is always time consuming and enlightening. My space is never that neat.

    • sharon says:

      Ah, but that is just one corner of my bedroom. I’m still trying to decide what to do with all the other items in the other corner. I try to keep current knitting, spinning and videos up there as I often work in bed. That soon makes it cluttered because I have ideas of working on more than actually happens. And yes, decisions like that take me a lot of time.