The big nasty WIP this week, is, unfortunately, not sewing related. After moving house and then immediately leaving for a long vacation, we returned home to find that, bah! Elves had not finished unpacking the house while we were away. So that is my ongoing current WIP. Since my kids only started full time school today (half waaah/half yippee!), not a lot has been accomplished. One thing that is making me feel a little happier though, is having all my fabric beautifully folded like so:
Now, since this is my first day with no children around in, er, months, I am going to finish unpacking. Naaah, just kidding. Im going to hit that King sized top - hopefully I can get it finished today and maybe basted this week. I will need to find a coordinating quilting cotton for the binding - I can't imagine that voile would hold up for very long.
I'm linking up with WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced, guest hosted by Emily from Mommy's Naptime. I love visiting all the other projects that people are working on - so inspiring! Have a lovely day, and thanks for visiting.
I don't think it is weird - especially when you have your fabrics so beautifully displayed!ReplyDelete
That is just lovely! I would love to have a display like that in my house! Found you from Lee's! :)ReplyDelete
I think they look beautiful together, teacups and a rainbow what could be better!ReplyDelete
Oh, yes - they are beautiful together!ReplyDelete
we recently moved too and i put all my larger cuts of fabric on comic book boards... makes for a slightly neater sewing area for me. yours look great!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness I am completely in love with this cupboard and it's contents - the tea set is the perfect accompaniment. Have you wrapped each fabric around card? It must make selecting fabrics so much easier and so much more fun!ReplyDelete
Moving Elves should be required- hope you're getting settled. You fabric stash looks fabulous.ReplyDelete
I love the way this looks! How did you get them to be so perfectly vertical? Are they wound around something?ReplyDelete
Fabric and tea-cups. It couldn't be more perfect. (British fabric addict here, can you tell?)ReplyDelete
As for your WIP - you know I'm waiting to see the full effect of those gorgeous colour combinations... let's meet at Freshly Pieced this Wednesday!