Sunday, December 15, 2013
I stopped at Goodwill on the way home from church today, just to check on more flannel shirts for the back of my Celtic Solstice.
While I was there I took a quick detour through the furniture section and found the perfect shelf to start unloading boxes and displaying my fabrics!
It is the perfect size to fit at the end of the bed and still have room to open the door!! Instead of working on Celtic Solstice or finishing up customer work, I spent the afternoon unloading 6 boxes of fabric from the under-stairs closet and refolding to fit the cabinet. This is some (maybe most) of the remaining yardage I collected when I worked at the LQS. I got paid in fabrics and would "buy" 1 or 3 yds of coordinating fabrics I liked, with no idea of what I was going to make. I also have some pattern/fabric kits I put together for retirement work!
As you can see, my 90" roll of batting is too long to fit on the bed. I thought about getting a heavy weight umbrella stand and standing the roll upright, but the ceiling isn't high enough. My daughter will eventually be "adopting" the bed to use for her youngest... so I must come up with a new method for storing and using these big rolls.
I've got some re-arranging to do and will continue my hunt for appropriately sized cabinets to store my collection of scraps and Goodwill shirts.